How the World's Greatest Healthcare Plan Affects You
- Individuals not receiving employer sponsored insurance can claim a $2,500 per adult and $1,500 per child tax credit, which varies by age and geography but not income. The credit can be spent on health insurance premiums or deposited to a Roth HSA. It is both advanceable and refundable and can be easily administered by companies such as H & R Block, insurance brokers, employers, etc.
- Our newly-created Roth HSAs have a maximum of $5,000 total contribution per person.
- This plan is designed to provide flexibility and choice to employers and employees. It allows employers who wish to continue providing coverage to their employees to do so.
- This plan repeals burdensome Obamacare mandates that distort the insurance market and lead to poor healthcare decisions.
- This plan allows employees not offered health insurance through work - including the self-employed, part-time workers, and independent contractors - to receive the same tax advantage as those who do.
- The plan also allows for those in the employer-sponsored insurance tax system to remain on their current plans.
- This incentivizes employees to make their own healthcare decisions in a competitive marketplace.