Employers with fewer than 25 employees get a tax credit proportional to their health insurance benefit costs. The credit starts at 50% of the cost if the employees make an average of $20k/year from the employer. There is a proportional phaseout such that by the time the employees make an average of $40k/year from the employer, there is no credit.
Interestingly, the CBO has costed the House bill out at about a billion dollars over ten years
I don’t know how much that hip replacement cost. I would have paid out of pocket for that hip replacement just because she’s my grandmother. Whether, sort of in the aggregate, society making those decisions to give my grandmother, or everybody else’s aging grandparents or parents, a hip replacement when they’re terminally ill is a sustainable model, is a very difficult question.
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