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originally posted by: Krazysh0t
originally posted by: abecedarian
Can someone explain why I'm not eligible for any benefits, at all, despite my contributions to the system?
I suggest you speak to a tax advisor instead of trying to get financial advice from a conspiracy forum.
originally posted by: bbracken677
a reply to: rnaa
For most people the cost of self insurance has gone down. Significantly. It is inevitable that some people are paying more, especially if they live in a state that has thumbed its nose at the ACA system. Perhaps they should move to a more enlightened state.
Can you provide a reliable non-kool-aid website with stats that support this statement? This has not been my experience. My coverage was better, I paid less, and I didn't have the frustration dealing with it that I have now.
Can you provide a reliable non-kool-aid website with stats that support this statement?
That's the funny thing. Being that her and I are legally married, my income affects her status, as does her income affect my status. And there-in lies the asinine logic: I made too much money last year and am not eligible... they'll overlook that I was receiving un-employment for around 7 of those months by the way- that's income!.
originally posted by: links234
a reply to: abecedarian
Thank you. More threads need follow ups.
I tried to explain that you made too much money on the first page to someone else. I'm wondering though, if your wife is covered, is there anything you can do to share in that coverage? Or does CC just cover individuals?