Why can't the healthcare be like food stamps/ welfare.
If you qualify for the subsidy by income, you qualify.
I'll have to pay whatever my employers insurance says the premiums are / regardless of my income.
That does not seem fair to me.
My brother a smokers and drinker can get insurance for $100 a month. $2500 deductible, etc.
I'm paying $230 a month and a $5500 deductible with three kids.
I would qulify for the subsidy by my income but my employer offers instance so I have to take it. (That's what I was told) and I make about $100 a month too much for Texas Chips instance for my kids. When technically my ex (deadbeat) should be covering them. So, no child support either.
Anyhow, not having a choice is what upsets me.
That I'm stuck paying whatever amount. And if it sky rocked in 2015. I'll be screwed.
Anyone else in this situation?
Asked by Anonymous at 8:32 PM on Nov. 15, 2013 in General Parenting
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