This week, the Kaiser Family Foundation released the results of a survey showing that, of the approximately 30 million adults in the U.S. who remain without health insurance, 48% would qualify for assistance purchasing such insurance (either tax credits or Medicaid). If you (or somebody you care about) doesn’t have health insurance, it’s worth taking the time to learn how such subsidies work, so that you don’t miss out.
You can read more about the survey and its other findings here:
- Half of Adults Who Are Still Without Health Insurance Are Eligible for Medicaid or Marketplace Tax Credits from The Kaiser Family Foundation
- The Search for Yield Trilogy from Vanguard’s Jim Rowley
- 5 Steps to Start Saving for Retirement from Jim Dahle
- Introducing the Retirement Wealth and Affordability Indices from Wade Pfau
- Should You Buy Into the Shake Shack IPO? from Allan Roth
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