The shouting is over and a vote wasn’t taken. The Republicans have retreated and the Affordable Care Act is still intact. President Trump has vowed that the legislation would ultimately implode and it’s likely that Congress will do little to stand in the way of that.
But that’s not your concern.
Your concern is controlling your healthcare costs now that we know that the ACA will be around for the foreseeable future. You know this is important because you understand that to attract good employees, and keep your existing people happy, you need to provide the best healthcare benefits that you can. Yet it’s very expensive–premiums for many individuals and businesses rose as much as 25 percent in 2017 and double digit increases are predicted for 2018 as well. So what can you do to control one of the biggest expenses your business incurs this year and next?
REGISTER FOR DAY ON CAPITOL HILL AND MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD ON ISSUES, LIKE THIS ONE.
Read the rest of Gene Marks column at the Washington Post