Impact Of Medicare RDS Tax Estimates Clarified; Employers Withhold Judgment On Reform Law
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
The upcoming tax on the Medicare retiree drug subsidy will be less harmful to large employers than recent accounting figures from a number of firms would suggest, House Energy and Commerce Committee staff report April 14.
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