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Old 06-25-2015, 07:45 PM   #21
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I think you are jumping the gun on the American Fabric statement. A President who opposes it with this House and Senate and it is toast.
Need 60 votes in the Senate, otherwise filibuster. So not this Senate. Also most of talk of it being toast, is talk. Not actually what would happen.

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Old 06-25-2015, 07:57 PM   #22
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Similar situation but I need to bridge 20 years til Medicare.

I don't qualify for subsidy for next several years due to deferred comp, nice problem to have ...

ACA policy will cost well over $1200 per month for family of 4 in my area for a bronze plan. Deductibles are 10k per year too... Not cheap. But no other choice than to be compliant. Can't go without insurance and even if u could find a non compliant policy for cover but was cheaper than an ACA policy (eg. Excluded maternity care) the penalty for not being compliant is not trivial like it was last year.

I guess for one person your age you are looking at 500 a month.

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Thanks for an interesting discussion

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