Market-Friendly Health Care Reform

by Larry Emmott on June 2, 2009

in General,Health Care Politics

Another look at health care “reform”.

In other words, effectively revising the tax treatment of employer-sponsored health care benefits — which are, economically speaking, nothing more than “benefits” provided in lieu of monetary wages — would simultaneously increase workers’ take-home pay and decrease their tax burdens, allowing them to better afford the health insurance policy and benefits of their choice.

Pajamas Media » The GOP’s Market-Friendly Health Care Reform.

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