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But unlike coverage under Medicaid or under a plan with a higher actuarial value, the IRS would determine what care and medications are covered.
Ross did not have actuarial data to support the idea such a program would pay for itself, but pointed the the initial success of college tuition programs at places like Purdue University.
One study found that when adjusting for actuarial value to create an apples-to-apples comparison, individual-market premiums actually dropped after the introduction of the ACA.
The deductible for a plan with an actuarial value of 58 percent would be a significantly higher percentage of income — also making such a plan unattractive, but for a different reason.
One study found that, when adjusting for actuarial value to create an apples-to-apples comparison, individual-market premiums actually dropped after the introduction of the ACA.
Actuarial Value, which dictates the average share of health care costs insurers must pick up.
The Boston College study found that working one additional year raises women’s monthly benefits by 8.6% on average—7% from an actuarial adjustment and an additional 1.6% from late-career earnings.
However, there will be considerable political pressure to set the premiums well below the expected actuarial expenditure on care for beneficiaries.
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Legal Definition of actuarial
1 : of or relating to actuaries
2 : relating to statistical calculation especially of life expectancy
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