Obamacare sticker shock fears: Feds plead with Americans to shop around



“The vast majority of people, if they stay in the same plan, they will see rate increases in the single digits to high single digits,” said Andy Slavitt, a deputy administrator at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

Americans will also face the law’s tax implications for the first time when they file returns early next year


i have private insurance, and will see a 15% increase. been like that for years. we’re unto $13,000 a year for husband and wife, and no tax deduction.


My 2015 premium for the same coverage I had this year with the same provider actually went down, by about $30 per month. I nearly passed out from disbelief!


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