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Dental Plans Leaders Take Tax and Market Concerns to the Hill

NADP Members urge Congressional Leaders to Continue Tax Incentives and Stabilize Dental Coverage on Public Insurance Marketplaces

Washington, D.C. – National Association of Dental Plans (NADP) members will urge Congressional leaders to extend the moratorium on the Health Insurance Tax (HIT); maintain tax incentives on employer-sponsored dental plans and decouple the purchase of dental and medical coverage in the marketplaces, during its 2018 Congressional industry fly-in, "NADP Advocacy in Action," March 21-22, in the nation's Capital.

"As the voice of the dental benefits industry, advocating for improved consumer access to affordable dental care is the mission of NADP," said Board Chair Theresa McConeghey of Principal. "We commend our members for their participation in the democratic process and representation of our industry." [more]