Published: Spring 2016
The “Cadillac Tax” is a 40 percent excise tax on the cost of employer-sponsored health coverage that exceeded certain cost thresholds. As originally enacted by the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”), the Cadillac Tax was non-deductible and scheduled to begin in 2018. Although the tax was intended to only impact “high-cost” plans, recent studies suggest that even plans with modest actuarial-values will eventually trigger the tax.
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