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Out-of-Pocket Expenses for Couples

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We’re talking about Liberty Health Share.  It is not health insurance.  It is medical cost sharing.  And it is allowable under the Affordable Care Act.  Now I joined and saved 400-dollars a month for my wife and me.  We joined as a couple.  In addition the Initial Unshared Amount, or what the insurance industry calls a deductible, or what I pay out of pocket dropped 80-percent down to 1-thousand dollars for both us for the whole year.  Executive Director Dale Bellis explains.

Again that was Dale Bellis, the Executive Director of Liberty Health Share.  Those initial unshared amounts, again like insurance deductibles, in other words what you pay before sharing begins, are 500-dollars for an individual, 1-thousand dollars per couple, and 15-hundred per family per year.  There’s plenty more information on Initial Unshared Amount.  Go to liberty health share dot-org slash John Daly.  Stay informed not inflamed.

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