Washington state is implementing a new .58% payroll tax to fund a long term care insurance benefit for eligible residents. Join BuddyIns CEO Marc Glickman and Account Manager Andy Wayt for an important discussion for those who work in Washington. Find out the details about the new tax, whether or not you should opt out with your own private plan, and if there is still time to get your own plan in time to opt out. Marc and Andy answer audience questions at the end.
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