EBRI: Should U.S. tax health benefits, workers will look elsewhere

More than half of U.S. workers would either drop coverage or shop around for a less costly plan should the government tax health benefits, according to research from the Employee Benefit Research Institute. However, the 39% who would stay with their current plan and level of coverage is up 10 percentage points over the past year.

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