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In 2004, almost 46 million Americans had no health insurance. Spending on health care can be very high, and even the cost of the most basic health insurance increases continuously. Employers usually take on most health insurance expenses, but even so, policyholders are paying more and more every year.

What are you paying for exactly? What will your monthly payment be if you do not get sick or go to the doctor? What do you do if you are not working or are self-employed? What is the difference between the various options for existing plans? This amount of information about health plans, payment contributions, and franchises is enough to make your head spin.

In this book, we analyze the main types of health plans and explain their differences. Keep in mind that there are always variations between individual plans, but at least we will give you some advantage in selecting the right plan for you.

©2016 Can Akdeniz (P)2016 Can Akdeniz

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Too Generalized

information was to basic shoukd be named 101 Health Insurance for Dummies. That's all folks.

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Dry. Scant. But poignant

The book gives a fair overview but COMPLETELY MISSES "tax-advantaged" health care funding accounts AND the trend from FSA / HRA to HSA.