GOP tax plan will cause health insurance rates to spike

GOP tax plan health care vote - President Donald Trump Official Portrait

If the Republicans manage to pass their tax plan as is expected this week, coverage may get much pricier. If Republicans successfully pass the GOP tax plan this week – and the expectation is that it will – health insurance could become much more expensive for Americans, say opponents. The final version of the Republican plan will repeal the individual insurance mandate of the ACA. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires Americans who don’t have health insurance coverage through their employers, other groups, Medicare or Medicaid, to purchase coverage for…

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Will Trump health care system lower your premiums?

Trump Health Care Congress Speech - Last Week Tonight John Oliver

Despite the intention to sell health insurance across state lines, many don’t forecast dropping rates. President Donald Trump spoke before Congress for the first time and reaffirmed his intention for a new Trump health care system. Among the primary changes to the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) would be the ability for health insurance companies to sell policies across state lines. That said, many analysts are doubtful that this change to the law will reduce health insurance premiums. The actual details of a future Trump health care reform still have yet…

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Will health insurance exchanges crumble under Obamacare repeal?

Donald Trump health insurance exchanges

According to a number of industry experts and analysts, the marketplaces may just survive. In under a handful of days into the start of 2017, the Republicans made it clear that the repeal of the Affordable Care Act and its health insurance exchanges would be among the first moves of the year. Some predictions have stated that health insurance companies will start withdrawing from the marketplaces. The concern is that the instability brought by the Affordable Care Act repeal could make the health insurance exchanges too much of a risk…

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