64% of Uninsured Don't Know if They Will Buy Health Insurance

June 2013
Insurance Broadcasting;6/4/2013, p30
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The article discusses a survey which found that almost two-thirds of uninsured Americans have not yet decided if they will purchase health insurance by the January 1 deadline under the Affordable Care Act. The uninsured in the U.S. will be forced to pay a penalty of either 95 U.S. dollar or one percent of income, whichever is greater, by January 1. The survey also found that fifty-eight percent of Americans are not sure if they will be eligible for health insurance.


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