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'Cadillac tax' on generous health plans may be headed for bipartisan repeal

By NPR  
   August 15, 2019

The Cadillac tax is a 40% tax on the most generous employer-provided health insurance plans — those that cost more than $11,200 per year for an individual policy or $30,150 for family coverage. It was a tax on employers and was supposed to take effect in 2018, but Congress has delayed implementation twice.

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