Employers: Plan now for health care inflation to affect your 2023 budget

It only takes a trip to the gas pump (or the grocery store) to remind us how inflation is affecting our daily lives. The latest consumer price numbers from the U.S. government show us that last month inflation rose 8.6% from a year ago, the highest increase since December 1981. It’s no surprise that surging food, gas and energy prices all contributed, with fuel oil up 106.7% over the past year.

That’s what we’re feeling today, but what about in the future, specifically health care costs? According…

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