Imagine my shock when I heard that President Barack Obama has rejected prepping a plan B should the Supreme Court rule against the Affordable Care Act in the King v. Burwell case.No contingency plan; going it sans Plan B. If they rule against us, we’ll take a look at our options. Hoo boy.
Between 2014 and 2015, total premiums increased 2.6 percent — certainly modest compared to 2009, but a monstrous decrease from the 2000s.
A key reason for this lack of preparedness is difficulty in tracking hours to determine if an employee is eligible for health care coverage.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments in the King v. Burwell case today. The case challenges the legality of tax credits made available in the 2010 Affordable Care Act.
Rick Bell and I will live blog throughout the day on March 4 on the Supreme Court hearings on constitutionality of the individual premium subsidies of the Affordable Care Act.
The ‘Cadillac Tax’ is set to take effect in 2018, and if employers want to avoid paying, they need to start planning now.