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Syndication

Health insurance premiums have increased 287% since 1999 for everyone.

But when you are self-employed, like I am, you have to pay for your health insurance.

We currently pay $1527 per month for a family of four. $18,324 per year. $8500 deductible.

My kids will be on the plan for at least the next 10 years.

If I use the same inflation rate on premiums, the amount I will pay for health insurance over the next 10 years is: $265,000

Not including the deductible we would have to pay in the event of any medical issues.

I doubt this problem will be fixed anytime soon.

If you are self employed, raising income and protecting wealth from taxes still seems like the best strategy going forward. 

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Category:Investing -- posted at: 2:21pm MDT