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The Cadillac Tax

The 40% high-cost health plan excise tax, often called the Cadillac Tax, will not kick in for 2018. With a two-year extension to provide for research and planning, the excise tax is due to begin for benefits provided in 2020. Appropriate adjustments to the dollar amount of coverage subject to the tax will reflect this two-year delay.Additionally, any excise tax imposed will be deductible (previously it was non-deductible). 

Parking and Transit Parity

Monthly transit and vanpooling limits (formerly $130) have increased! The new, permanent rates will allow parity between parking and transit limits of $255 for 2016, and are retroactive to January 1, 2015 in the amount of $250 for all of 2015.

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