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Old 16 September 2013, 10:24 PM
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Originally Posted by A Turtle Named Mack View Post
Nothing weaselly there at all - any person with that level of income who did not get employer part-payment (not a 'subsidy, of course, but part of the compensation package) would be eligible for Obamacare subsidies. There are plenty of people who have incomes at those levels who do not get employer health-insurance payment in the paskage.
He said that people at the specified salary level* would not be eligible for government subsidies. So the salary level he is talking about would have to be above the ACA levels for government subsidies. The level depends on the number of dependents, but a family of 4 would have to make about $94K a year before there is no government cap (which is how the subsidy is applied) on health care costs. It would be a rare salaried job that paid
$94K without some sort of health care. (Or pair of $47K jobs where neither included some sort of health care.)

*Which he never actually specifies.
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