By Michael Isikoff and Maggie HabermanCNNMoney | March 18, 2018, 1:30 p.m.
ESTWhat will you do if you don’t have health insurance?
Will you buy your own?
Will you pay more for your doctor’s visits?
Will your insurance company charge you more for prescription drugs?
And if you’re lucky, you may have a small amount of money in your pocket to go up against the insurance company to try to get it.
For most people, the answer is “yes.”
Obamacare is here to stay.
It’s been here for nearly two years, and millions of Americans, including a majority of Democrats, have signed up for coverage.
The law is already being used to expand coverage for many of the country’s uninsured, including for the young, who have more medical debt than older Americans.
But the law isn’t going away anytime soon.
There’s one major change that will happen when people who are insured by the government switch to the new insurance marketplace: you will pay more.
Obamacare allows insurers to charge you premiums based on your income, but it doesn’t set out what that will be.
Under the law, insurers will be able to set premiums for people who earn between 250 and 400 percent of the poverty level.
Insurers can also charge more for those who earn more than 400 percent.
But even if you earn 400 percent or more, your premium is still going to be higher than if you were uninsured.
The reason is that the Affordable Care Act also gives the government the ability to set rates for insurers who choose to sell plans in the individual market.
Insurers who don’t sell in the market, including some large employers, will have to provide a lower-income, less-healthy pool of customers to make up for the gap.
And because most of the new people in the new market are young, older, or healthy, premiums for the old pool will skyrocket.
If you earn $40,000 and buy a policy that will cost you $100 per month for 10 years, your premiums will be $1,500 a month.
If you’re an employer that wants to keep its business model, this could lead to your insurer having to raise rates even higher.
The government already gives insurance companies flexibility to set prices for individuals and small businesses.
But with the Affordable Act, insurers are limited to offering policies that are cheaper than those of competitors who are not covered by the law.
Insurance companies have to set up the insurance exchange to provide the bare minimum coverage that they want to offer, and there are some rules about what they can charge, such as limiting deductibles and copays.
So when you enroll in an insurance plan, you’ll probably have to be willing to pay a bit more for it.
The new insurance markets are not perfect.
They still have some quirks that make it hard to know what will work best for you.
But they are going to become much easier to navigate.
What are the key details about the new markets?
First, it will be up to you to decide what to do if your health insurance does not meet the Affordable Health Care Act standards.
Insurer plans will have limited choices about who to cover, and those choices will be influenced by what they’re already selling.
You can find a plan in your area through a marketplace that will have an online shopping site, but if you are buying directly from an insurer, you will have the option of buying it online and then making your own decisions.
If the insurer says it has a high deductible or a co-pay for a particular service, it can charge you a higher premium than you pay for that service alone.
But that will vary depending on the services the insurer covers, and some insurers will not offer the same plan to everyone.
Insured individuals can get their coverage through a government-run exchange, or through a large employer or government-sponsored plan.
That means you will be buying a policy with the federal government, which will have a big impact on how much you pay.
You can choose between a small group health plan and a grand plan, and depending on which plan you choose, you can have one insurer or the other.
The smaller the plan, the more generous the premiums, but the cost for a large group health insurance plan is usually higher.
The larger the plan for which you are insured, the cheaper the premiums.
The federal government provides subsidies to help lower- and middle-income Americans purchase coverage through their jobs.
So if you have employer-sponsored coverage, you might be eligible for a tax credit to help you buy a smaller, more affordable plan.
But the most important subsidy is the tax credit that will cover the cost of a silver plan.
It will be based on the income of the plan’s owner.
If your employer doesn’t have a plan that is affordable to most of its workers, you could be eligible to claim a subsidy from the government, even though you don`t have to purchase a silver health plan.
The subsidy is