Approximately 157 million Americans are covered by employer-sponsored health insurance. From 2010 to 2020, premiums increased much faster than the rate of general inflation, although the increase has slowed somewhat in recent years. Employers absorbed the largest share of the premium increases, and the percentage paid by workers dropped over the period. However, workers are paying additional costs in the form of higher deductibles and other out-of-pocket expenses.
Also in this issue:
- Should You Speed Up Your Retirement Plans?
- What a Relief! Congress Acts Against Surprise Medical Bills
- Is Your Business Eligible for the Research and Development Tax Credit?