Sources: Health Insurance Tax Delay Could Exclude Employer Plans, Medicaid In First Of Two Years

December 06, 2017
House Ways & Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) said he is still working with Democrats on year-end legislation that would delay the health insurance tax for two years, but lobbyists working on the effort are concerned that Congress may restrict the HIT delay to exchange, Medicare Advantage and Part D plans for 2018, meaning employer-sponsored and Medicaid plans would still be hit by the tax, while all plans would have relief starting in 2019. “If we can pull together...

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