Monthly Archives: April 2013

Study: 26M will be eligible for ‘game changer’ ObamaCare subsidies

Nearly 26 million people will be eligible for tax credits next year to help them purchase health insurance through ObamaCare’s new state marketplaces, according to a new study. Continue reading

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Study predicts rise in healthcare cost growth by 2019

A stronger U.S. economy will contribute to a rise in the growth of healthcare costs over the next six years, ending the current record-breaking slowdown, according to a new study. Continue reading

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Deferred compensation to NQDC necessary for executives

Higher tax rates and historically low interest rates present potentially greater challenges for highly compensated employees trying to save for retirement and meet other financial goals, making deferring compensation into a nonqualified plan especially attractive. Continue reading

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X-Ray, prescription drugs, chiropractic benefits raise health costs

Average monthly premiums for individual health insurance plans are 47 percent higher than average when they cover a comprehensive list of eight health benefits, including laboratory and X-Ray; emergency services; prescription drugs; chiropractic; maternity; OB/GYN; periodic exams; and well baby care. Continue reading

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