$1-$99 per month
$100-$199 per month
$200-$299 per month
$300-$499 per month
$500 or more (whatever the cost they should buy it.)
$0 No financial planner would recommend insuring $5,000
Insurance for the purpose of protecting your assets by way of not going into debt over medical bills is just one tiny and barely relevant aspect of why everyone needs Health Insurance.
Without Health insurance you can not get proper treatment. You get almost zero preventative care. And the chances of you going to the doctor for regular check ups is slim to none.
Additionally, even when you have plenty of cash it can be extremely difficult to get a Doctor to even accept or see you at all if you do not have Insurance.
People who think that the emergency room handles the needs of the uninsured are simply living a very sheltered life within a bubble.
Would you consider an insurance policy with a $25,000 deductible with 100% co-pays for doctor visits to be health insurance? By your logic I would conclude no.
"You're the only person that decides how far you'll go and what you're capable of." - Ben Saunders (Explorer and Endurance Athlete)
I don't believe this has even been considered. It sounds genuis. Then individuals could sort out their own situation without encountering the unjustified arrogant belittling from people like you.
I didn't make the laws. I just benefit from them. Is that really so hard to understand? Please redirect your condescending attitude toward your nearest politician and get out of my face. I didn't make the laws.
Last edited by vasuderatorrent; 01-05-14 at 12:42 AM.