The Affordable Care Act’s tax on high-cost employer health plans will affect an estimated one in four U.S. employers when it takes effect in 2018 and could jeopardize the ever-popular flexible spending accounts (which lets employees set aside pre-tax money for certain medical expenses).
Texas A&M health insurance expert evaluates the health care policy
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When things get tough, more children get public health insurance and states should be prepared for the increased costs
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