The looming Cadillac tax is making some companies more cautious when it comes to contributing to workers’ health savings accounts.

Since 2014, HSA enrollment has increased 10.7%, according to new survey data from United Benefit Advisors. The survey of more than 10,000 employer-sponsored health plans find that, overall, enrollment in HSAs is increasing, while employer contributions, on average, are stagnant or decreasing.

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