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Can you a reference a website or article with this information?
I can only find this:
I don't see premiums being at 10% of income. I know medicare user retires and their premiums don't sound like 10% of income. The taxes are spelled out. They also talk about the exchanges but they're no where near close to being set up in many states nor are the prices. My thing with the ACA besides the tax and penalty angle is that it only addresses WHO will pay and not WHAT and WHY. The actual cost of care is not being address the way it should be. You should be able to go an office for under a 100 bucks, how the heck did an office VISIT wind up over 200$ with threats of cancellation penalties(sounds like a sense of entitlement to your money no matter what they did)
"If your employer’s policy covers less than 60 percent of costs, or you are paying more than 9.5 percent of your income to get it, you can buy subsidized coverage on the exchanges."