After less than a month at the helm, President Donald Trump and his administration already have created uncertainty for employers on everything from the fiduciary rule to visa programs. As the Trump White House shifts its focus to repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, employers aren’t expecting things to get any clearer, new data finds.

LIMRA, a worldwide association of insurance and financial services companies, found in a December 2016 survey of 1,400 companies that employers are unsure how much of the ACA will be repealed or replaced, and what the consequences will be for workplace benefits.

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