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How Obamacare's tax credits are affecting the cost of health care

Published February 28, 2014 12:40 pm
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How Obamacare's tax credits are affecting insurance premiums

Under the federal Affordable Care Act, taxpayers will have to subsidize a bigger slice of the health insurance coverage promised individuals in some areas of the country than in others.Some of the biggest federal subsidies will be required in portions of Colorado, Georgia and Nevada, where premiums are highest, according to a Digital First Media analysis of premiums and tax credits across 50 states, plus the District of Columbia.Far fewer tax credits will be needed in places such as Minneapolis, ...

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