Speculation continues from all sides of the political spectrum and various corners of business as to how the “Affordable Care Act” legislation will affect future insurance premiums.
Many in the insurance community have varying opinions as well. So, this recent article in the Sacramento Bee’s Viewpoints Section got my attention and should also get yours.
The author Stephen Parente, a profession of health finance & insurance at the University of Minnesota, writes about how his research concludes we will see large increases in our future health insurance premium billings. Parente sights his resources and shares what he views as more money coming out of our pockets. Some of the reasons may be new to the public, but have been voiced in the past by critics of the “Affordable Care Act.”
What do you think will happen?
If what Parente states comes true, how will you and your employer respond?
What plans do you have in place to address these additional expenses?
Read what he says by going to this link: Article
As a Risk Insurance Advisor, I help employers address risk and insurance cost issues, I would be interested in your comments. So reach out to me with your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org or my website www.risksnthreatsmatter.com.