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Report: Companies Are Better Off Dropping Insurance Under Obamacare

kgriggs Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 5:45 PM
This argument makes no sense - why do employers provide health insurance now (except in Massachusetts, where there is RomneyCare, and a tax/penalty/fee of $75 per full time employee per quarter)? Answer: becuase they can better attract quality employees that way. The "mandate," or whatever you want to call it, will not affect that analysis.

Here's further proof that "Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act" was a grand misnomer: the House Ways and Means Committee has released a report revealing that the healthcare reform law provides financial incetives for companies to drop insurance coverage. The employer mandate -- requiring that companies with over 50 employees either offer insurance of a certain value or pay a fine -- actually makes it cheaper for these companies to pay the fine. 

The promise that you can keep your plan if you like it? Well...that's not up to you, is it?

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