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Health Insurance Costs Per Month Question & Answers

2013 July 25
by Sarah Fields

Maria asks…

How will increasing the cost of having employees encourage job creation in the US?

Obamacare forces employers to provide health insurance to workers by law.

Health insurance costs several hundred dollars per month per employee.

Where will employers get the extra money to pay this?

Sarah Fields answers:

Job creation is always encouraged by liberalism, but the job creation takes place in Asia.

Susan asks…

How will increasing the cost of having employees encourage job creation in the US?

Obamacare forces employers to provide health insurance to workers by law.

Health insurance costs several hundred dollars per month per employee.

Where will employers get the extra money to pay this?
Wicked: So if its deductible its not a cost huh? LOL God you people are THICK!
BTW silly goose I have run a business for 30 years. When I pay a bill even if its deductible the money leaves my bank account.

Sarah Fields answers:

There are numerous tax credits and incentives for small businesses under the ACA; to help them afford providing coverage.

And businesses under 50 employees do NOT have that requirement either; so “small” businesses aren’t touched.

Thomas asks…

How much does health insurance cost per month ?

OKay so my dad is like 55 years old how much does he have to pay for health insurance per month ? HE NEEDS SURGERY IMMEDIETLY

Sarah Fields answers:

You can’t buy health insurance to cover something ALREADY WRONG. It doesn’t work that way – you have to buy it when you DON’T need it.

The price can be anywhere from $75 a month – for a super healthy 20 year old with absolutely nothing wrong, and a $5,000 deductible – to $3,000 a month – for a 55 year old guy with preexisting conditions and $500 deductble – even with the preexisting conditions excluded.

Dad’s going to be “self pay” for this surgery.

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