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Employers expect their healthcare costs to rise again in 2016, which will require additional changes, according to the Employee Benefits Trend Study released by Wells Fargo Insurance, part of Wells Fargo & Co.

Fifty eight percent of employers surveyed said that they expect their medical plan costs to exceed the thresholds for the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) excise tax, or “Cadillac” tax, which originally was to take effect in 2018 but has been delayed until 2020. Additionally, 70 percent of employers said that they expect their budgets for benefit plans to increase, as human capital and health and productivity remain key issues for businesses to manage.

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