Healthcare
  • U.S. employers are bracing for a little-noticed fees in the new federal health-care law that will charge them $63 for each person companies insure next year, the Wall Street Journal reports. Companies and other plan providers will together pay $25 billion over three years to create a fund for insurance companies to offset the cost of covering people with high medical bills.

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    U.S. employers are bracing for a little-noticed feed in the federal health-care law that will charge them $63 for each person they insure next year, the Wall Street Journal reports. Companies and other plan providers will together pay $25 billion over three years to create a fund for insurance companies to offset the cost of covering people with high medical bills.

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    U.S. employers are bracing for a little-noticed feed in the federal health-care law that will charge them $63 for each person they insure next year, the Wall Street Journal reports. Companies and other plan providers will together pay $25 billion over three years to create a fund for insurance companies to offset the cost of covering people with high medical bills.

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