One Woman’s Story About the Increasing Costs of Obamacare
When Kim Quade left her job of 17 years as a school speech pathologist outside Kansas City, Kansas, to work independently, she knew she would have to purchase her own health insurance. But, Quade says, she never anticipated the rate increases to come.
Quade, 61, says she researched options and found a decent plan for a fair price. In 2013, she changed her health insurance carrier and purchased a plan for $188 per month.
“It had a health savings account attached to it, it had a $5,000 deductible on it, but it was OK because I had money I was able to squirrel away into my health savings account,” Quade told The Daily Signal.
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Rogers, James. (2017, Feb. 17). One Woman’s Story About the Increasing Costs of Obamacare. Retrieved http://dailysignal.com/2017/02/17/one-womans-story-about-the-increasing-costs-of-obamacare/