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Seems to me the system offers a reasonable way to mitigate a single high income year and we ought be happy about that. I hear some of my retired friends complain every year. Hard to have sympathy for them. I'd happily pay the higher premium if it meant I had that kind of income every year. Besides, they are still paying less than I was when buying private health insurance before I went on Medicare
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