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If I understand the comments here so far, employer provided healthcare retirement is good, but the other options available seem to work as well (as long as you are prepared to handle price increases)?

Right now, it depends on the state. If your state does not have a high risk pool for people who have been denied coverage by private insurers, and also does not mandate that insurers be required to sell an individual policy to you, you may not be able to get coverage at all, which doesn't 'seem to work as well', IMO.

Given the court cases going on, I don't know that anyone can project what will occur in the future.

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