Demise of employer-sponsored insurance in PPACA 'greatly exaggerated'

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November 14, 2011

Why would employers choose to continue to pay, on average, close to $10,000 per employee for benefits when they could get away with a $2,000 penalty for not offering benefits at all? George Lane gives insight to this question in today’s BeAdvised.


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Employers should always have a good coverage, because the law of the compensation works every time, in this case, if they give something to the society, it should give something back to them, too. Or another example - imagine buying a great Lamborghini and picking up a cheap car insurance. It just isn't right.

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