Health insurance tab creeps toward half of family income
Wall Street Journal (blog), November 18, 2008
By 2016, the average premiums paid by employers and their workers for family coverage could top $24,000. If current trends continue, that amount would put the cost for family health insurance at 45% of median household income, says a report from the New America Foundation.
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