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What You'll Pay for Medicare Premiums in 2019

From the Kiplinger Magazine website

Premium increases are minor for most higher-income beneficiaries—those with adjusted gross income plus tax-exempt interest income of more than $85,000 if single or $170,000 if married filing jointly. 39 more words

Benefits

Bitesize: Premium Delirium II

Nicholas Vause

In a recent post, my co-author and I showed some charts suggesting that investors have been accepting less compensation for bearing credit risk. 299 more words

Financial Markets

Obamacare Premiums Dip For First Time. Some Call It A Correction.

After two years of double-digit price hikes, the average premium for individual health coverage on the federal health law’s insurance marketplace will drop by 1.5 percent for 2019, the Trump administration said Thursday. 901 more words

The Health Law

Bitesize: Premium Delirium

Harry Goodacre and Nicholas Vause

Earlier this year, a number of financial market participants, commentators and regulators suggested that investors have been accepting less compensation for bearing given amounts of credit risk. 318 more words

Financial Markets

#HealthInsurance Premiums and Coverage

This year’s sprawling InsureTech Connect conference, held October 2-3 in Las Vegas, was bigger and better than ever. More than 6,000 insurance company and insuretech representatives, along with 50 insurance regulators, shared what’s happening in the insuretech space today and what industry impacts to expect in the near term. 302 more words

Healthcare

Obamacare premiums drop for first time

ㅤ"Average premiums for key Obamacare benchmark plans are set to drop for the first time in the program’s history, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said Thursday, challenging Democrats’ claims that the Trump administration had ‘sabotaged’ the law.

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Politics

Federal Workers Face 1.5 Percent Health Premium Hike in 2019

Sept. 27, 2018

  • New Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance plan slated for 2019
  • Federal workers say OPM withheld information on new focus plan

The 8.3 million federal employees, retirees, and their family members will see their health insurance premiums rise an average of 1.5 percent in 2019, the lowest increase since 1995, the Office of Personnel Management said Sept. 318 more words