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Higher premiums don’t impact all consumers

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A recent Kaiser Health News article explains that rising premiums in the individual market don't impact all consumers in the same way. While most of us cringe at the thought of our monthly health insurance bill going up, people receiving a subsidy could actually pay less. Let us explain. As we learn in the article, HHS "reports that premium... (read more)

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Health Insurance: Is it time for employers to throw in the towel?

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It’s hard to look at the results of this year’s Kaiser Family Foundation/HRET Employer Health Benefits Survey and not ask yourself whether this is just a losing battle for business owners. For the annual survey, nearly 3,200 non-federal public and private firms with three or more employees were interviewed, and the results are a bit depres... (read more)

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2016 rates all over the board

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As we inch closer to the third open enrollment period under the health reform law, people will naturally want to know how their premiums will be impacted. And brokers who sell individual health insurance policies will want to know how sell-able the plans will be this fall. 2016 premium rates were the subject of a Wall Street Journal article... (read more)

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