The Stabilization Act of 1942

On October 2, 1942, Congress passed into law The Stabilization Act of 1942. The next day, President Roosevelt issued an executive order fixing wages and salaries per the Act.

As a result, the practice of employer-sponsored health insurance began. Today, employers can add, and employees can gain, value through well-planned and carefully chosen employer-sponsored health insurance. It can, however, be confusing terrain to navigate. 

Luckily, you have a guide. Whether you’re an employee or employer, we can help you make the most value-packed decision. 

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