ACA Repeal Could Lead to 32 Million More Uninsured Americans by 2026, CBO Reports

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Later, after the elimination of the ACA’s expansion of Medicaid eligibility and of subsidies for insurance purchased through the ACA marketplaces, that number would increase to 27 million, and then to 32 million in 2026.

CBO’s Take on Revised ACA Repeal/Replace Bill: More of the Same

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The modified version of the AHCA, says the CBO, would increase the number of people who are uninsured by 23 million in 2026 relative to current law—again, that estimate was 24 million under the original version of the AHCA.

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CBO Releases Much-Anticipated Cost Estimate of ACA Repeal/Replace Plan

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That number would rise to 21 million in 2020 and 24 million in 2026, stemming in large part from changes in Medicaid enrollment. By 2026, the CBO estimates, 52 million people would be uninsured, compared with 28 million who would lack insurance that year under the current law.

ACA ‘Repeal’ Bill Eases Employer Requirements, Faces Uphill Battle in Senate

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It also delays the effective date of the “Cadillac tax”—a 40% tax on high-value plans—from 2020 to 2026. Now that the House has passed the American Health Care Act (AHCA)—an Obamacare repeal and replace proposal—the ball is in the Senate’s court.

Healthcare Reform in 2017: American Health Care Act

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The CBO estimates a net reduction of the federal deficit by $337 Billion by 2026 under the AHCA. Jordan Mazur is legal counsel for Zenefits. This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal or tax advice. As the GOP searches for votes to push through its reform of the ACA (Affordable Care Act), I thought it was a good time to reflect on what this all means for small and medium businesses in America.

$15 Minimum Wage Clears Baltimore City Council

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Businesses with fewer than 50 employees would have until 2026 to reach that threshold. by Kevin C. McCormick. On March 20, the Baltimore City Council voted 11-3 to approve a bill that would raise the city’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2022.

Wake Up, HR! Your Talent Supply Chain Has a Problem

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In 2026 or 2028, she will exit college and enter the workforce. It’s now 2026. Of course, there are things we could have been doing back in 2015 that would have made this far easier — things that may even have prevented us from getting to a place where the talent we hire lack the skills and capabilities our organizations need to succeed in the marketplace of 2026 and beyond.

1/3 of HR Leaders Feel Current Training Programs Are Meeting Their Development Needs, Says Survey

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In Waggl’s newest “Voice of the Workplace” pulse survey, conducted with hundreds of business and HR leaders from August 2026 through October 2016, only 34% said that their current training programs are meeting development needs.

“Millions to Earn More in Overtime!”: Facts and Fiction of the New FLSA Final Rule

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The three year indexing could lead to massive jumps in the salary level, with it reaching $55,168 by 2023 and almost $60,000 by 2026, though some economic studies estimate it could actually be closer to $70,000. That is what the newspaper headline read on the front page of the morning paper. Yes, as many of you are aware the Department of Labor has finally released the final regulations regarding the new wage standard for exempt level employees.

These Social Media Mistakes Are Hurting Job Applicants

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How will these findings factor into the hiring process of 2026? Ah, social media. The virtual downfall of people everywhere. But which social media mistakes are the most likely to hurt a job search? A new survey offers a few insights into what not to write!

House Approves Obamacare Repeal

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The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimates that the Republican bill would result in 24 million fewer people having health insurance by 2026, compared to Obama’s 2010 statute. Headlines are sweeping the nation with talk about the House passing an amendment to repeal and replace Obamacare. Here are consolidated summaries of what’s included in the healthcare coverage bill from several major news organizations, credits to Kaiser Health News.