New York State Budget Institutes Revenue-Neutral Health Plan Tax

By and on May 23, 2024

The New York State fiscal year 2024 – 2025 budget institutes a new tax on health plans, including insurers and managed care organizations. This tax has been garnering attention for its promise to yield $4 billion for New York State. The expected revenue from the tax, however, is set to come not from the health plans operating within the state but from the federal government. California implemented a similar scheme last year.

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