Implementation of the Cadillac Tax on health insurance plans will be delayed by two years, from 2020 to 2022, as part of a deal reached in Congress.
Congress is considering delaying implementation of the Cadillac Tax by two years as part of a short-term funding measure that must be passed by Friday to avoid a government shutdown.
The House of Representatives and Senate voted along party lines to pass H.R. 1, the Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017. The President is expected to sign the legislation this week.
The bill avoids taxing employer-sponsored health insurance benefits and strikes a balance on the tax treatment for pass-through businesses that includes services industries.
The Senate Finance Committee released its version of tax reform legislation late last night as the upper chamber aggressively pursues tax reform alongside the House.
With many hurdles ahead, the House GOP leadership unveiled its comprehensive tax cut/reform package. It includes implications for every American and every business.
President Trump signed an executive order intended to allow individuals and small businesses to buy health insurance across state lines and bolster access to association health plans.
FEMA issued a fact sheet to address confusion on whether proof of a denial of claims is necessary to qualify for FEMA individual assistance.
Senate Republicans released version 2.0 of their healthcare bill on July 13, 2017.
The much ballyhooed Senate Republican health reform overhaul – the “Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017” – was released today after weeks of intrigue.