In the Feb. 4 online article, “Some GOP want tax credits in health alternative,” by David Espo, the Republicans want to have tax credits for lower-income individuals and families.
It still will not help, because there are a bunch of individuals and families who live paycheck to paycheck. They are having problems paying for Obamacare.
I wonder if the health alternative is going to be like Obamacare, which goes by your income.
If the individual will be taxed, what if they made more money than what they estimated because they had to work extra hours to pay their way through college or provide for their families?
It would be nice if insurance wasn’t a requirement.
The thing that baffles me is, how the government put a value on health insurance as income. This is just going to cause more doctors to not take certain insurance policies.
Once Obamacare came out and the cheapest insurance was Blue Cross, next thing you know, doctor’s offices and clinics quit taking that type of insurance because it had to do with Obamacare.