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Obamacare's ' Cadillac tax ' causing union strife- MSN Money
The draconian fee is targeted at high-cost health insurance plans, but unions are balking at reducing benefits. The result may be job losses.

10 things to know about Medicare - - MSN Money
3. Premium costs. Most retirees don't pay a premium for Medicare Part A hospital insurance. The standard premium amount for Medicare Part B medical insurance is $104 ...

How Obamacare premiums penalize smokers- MSN Money
This post comes from Jay MacDonald at partner site Smokers could face sticker shock when shopping for individual or small-group health insurance in the ...

Healthy? Obamacare may triple your premium- MSN Money
The Affordable Care Act is designed to place health care within reach of all Americans, but the law may end up making insurance more costly for healthy people.

UPS cites Obamacare in cutting benefits to spouses- MSN Money
Shipping giant UPS is the latest large company to point to Obamacare as it cuts employee health benefits. The company has told its white-collar workers that 15,000 of ...

7 health insurance myths debunked - 1 - policies ...
An individual health plan (the kind you buy on your own), especially for someone who's healthy and young, can offer significant savings. Unlike individual ...

What's the biggest US tax break? Health insurance- MSN Money
It's hard to see how lawmakers can avoid touching health insurance if they want to eliminate loopholes and curtail deductions so as to raise revenue and lower tax rates.

How to pick an Obamacare insurance plan- MSN Money
This post comes from partner site Investopedia. As part of the Affordable Care Act, the new Health Insurance Marketplace (or “Exchange”) opens for business on Oct. 1.

What happens if I don't buy health insurance?- MSN Money
A wiser decision if you're uninsured is to start shopping on your state health exchange, which opened Tuesday -- with glitches -- as a key part of health care reform.

A doctor dissects your medical bill - 1 - - MSN Money
1. If you have insurance, you may be overpaying for your medication. Don't assume your co-pay is the lowest price you can get for your medications.


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