Outlines the federal tax exemption for employer-sponsored insurance. Illustrates how high-income workers benefit more from the subsidy than low-income workers do and considers policy implications and reform options, including new tax credits.
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Title: Tax Subsidies for Private Health Insurance: Who Currently Benefits and What Are the Implications for New Policies?
Publication date 2003-05-28
Publication Year 2003
Claudia H. Williams
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
North America / United States
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