If you have a job that offers health insurance, you cannot get the government subsidy - pay full price for your insuance - no matter what your income might be.
Okay, that's alright our insuance went up like $20 a month. Well, okay.
My worry is next years, after the insuance companies start paying out for all those not currently covered SO - - next year, our rates will and are prodicted to increase dramatically - - SO, we still won't qualify for the subsidy and won't be able to afford the premiums.
Therefor, in my case: my only solution would be to quit my job & find one that does not offer insurance. Therefor, costing the government more, causing more government debt.
I just really do not understand - maybe I'm missing something BUT it upsets me that I Connor choose my health insuance and have to take the subquality coverage offered by my employer.
When I looked at the government website: I could get BCBS for $200 a month, with subsidy. ($2000. Deductible) plus better pharmacy and office copay rates.
Or my employers, $3000 deductible for $180 a month. With an 80% / 20% split forever.
So, having a job gives you less options.
So, what incentive do people have to get a job and/or insurance???
Asked by Anonymous at 12:38 AM on Oct. 26, 2013 in General Parenting
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