The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, better known
as Obamacare, has drawn criticism from those arguing that
premiums will go up under the law. But while many focus solely on
premiums, other concerns have recently arisen about costs under
various Obamacare plans.
In the following video, Dan Caplinger, The Motley Fool's
director of investment planning, looks at how different plans in
the same general tier can have much different benefits. Dan cites
Wall Street Journal
study that looked at the cost of
' Atripla, finding that different plans involved out-of-pocket
costs ranging from $55 to more than $900 even though all the
plans were in the silver tier. In addition, a look at various
revealed that being in-network makes a huge difference, with
costs falling to near zero for in-network coverage versus about
$1,100 for out-of-network prescriptions. Dan concludes with the
need to be diligent in matching the plan you choose to your
Learn what you need to know about Obamacare
To make a smart plan choice, you need to understand all your
options under the Affordable Care Act. Fortunately, you can
learn the critical facts you need to know in a special free
report called "
Everything You Need to Know About Obamacare
Everything You Need to Know About Obamacare." But don't
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