Originally Posted by Breaker
Why don't you try being accurate. It does not raise costs for YOU, however for millions of young healthy people, we are going to see drastic healthcare premium increases mine went up from $101.00 a month to $160.00 a month for the same exact plan, that is a 58% increase in my rate. Also, there are more than 20 taxes that are being levied or increased to cover the costs of the subsidies, guess what, those are cost INCREASES, that will be seen by a ton of people and business's. Here is a list of the taxes that will be increased or levied
So just because YOUR rate decreases it doesn't mean that it doesn't raise costs on people or business.
First of all, how do you know "millions" of young healthy people will see "drastic" premium increases? Where do you get your numbers and how do you define "drastic" in this context?
Secondly, how did your premiums increase? Was it your insurance company? If so have you shopped your state's insurance exchange for a better deal?
And what state do you live in? When did the increase occur?