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Mon Mar 10, 2014, 04:54 PM Mar 2014

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so what is the deductible on your plan? Schema Thing Mar 2014 #1
It's pretty well implied she's got a $6k plan. jeff47 Mar 2014 #2
Thanks wryter2000 Mar 2014 #3
Actually, my deductible is $2500 and my premium is $222 per month. Walk away Mar 2014 #4
Lucky you Demsrule86 Mar 2014 #27
Except most people who get subsidies on their premiums also get credits on their deductibles. n/t pnwmom Mar 2014 #8
We have a new $4000 deductible this year and it's really hurting us LiberalEsto Mar 2014 #5
ACA is a subsidized 70/30 actuarial payout Yo_Mama Mar 2014 #7
Ours is through my husband's employer LiberalEsto Mar 2014 #12
Well, it wouldn't be any better on an ACA plan Yo_Mama Mar 2014 #14
That isn't the whole story. If you are eligible for subsidies.... Walk away Mar 2014 #13
Yes, that's true and I just gave an example in my reply Yo_Mama Mar 2014 #15
Group policies have been getting worse and worse every year without the excuse of the ACA. pnwmom Mar 2014 #9
Colonoscopy Demsrule86 Mar 2014 #29
Everybody doesn't have the same choice of policies Yo_Mama Mar 2014 #6
But that's how it works on the ACA, except for the young people pnwmom Mar 2014 #10
Your workplace health insurance costs $1,200 more woo me with science Mar 2014 #11
I wish we could get ACA Demsrule86 Mar 2014 #28
Funny that you forgot to mention Le Taz Hot Mar 2014 #16
I have a Silver plan.. Walk away Mar 2014 #17
I don't care how "covered" "most" prescription medications are. Le Taz Hot Mar 2014 #22
I don't think you are an idiot but... Walk away Mar 2014 #26
If you are low income aren't you eligible for subsidies? Walk away Mar 2014 #18
So, you're saying the ACA is not Le Taz Hot Mar 2014 #20
I guess I just don't get how no insurance is better than $300 a month... Walk away Mar 2014 #23
If you are eligible for subsidies, Ms. Toad Mar 2014 #19
The Bronze Plan Le Taz Hot Mar 2014 #21
It wasn't a lecture. The vast majority of people are not aware Ms. Toad Mar 2014 #25
K! Cha Mar 2014 #24
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