Health Care for the Uninsured: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Health for Families and the Uninsured of the Committee on Finance, United States Senate, One Hundred First Congress, First Session, June 19, 1989 (Washington, DC), June 28, 1989 (Southfield, MI).

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Page 650 - ... or if at any time thereafter the association fails to submit suitable amendments to the plan, the commissioner shall, after notice and hearing, adopt and promulgate such reasonable rules as are necessary or advisable to effectuate the provisions of this act.
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Page 225 - SEC. 213. Medical, dental, etc., expenses — (a) Allowance of deduction. There shall be allowed as a deduction the following amounts, not compensated for by insurance or otherwise — (1) The amount by which the amount of the expenses paid during the taxable year (reduced by any amount deductible under paragraph (2) ) for...
Page 226 - ... (i) the cost to the plan for similarly situated beneficiaries for the same period occurring during the preceding determination period under paragraph (3), adjusted by (ii) the percentage increase or decrease in the implicit price deflator of the gross national product (calculated by the Department of Commerce and published in the Survey of Current Business) for the 12-month period ending on the last day of the sixth month of such preceding determination period.
Page 122 - ... insurance coverage would cost $3.16 per hour. If the employee works 20 hours a week, the cost is $2.69 per hour. The cost for this coverage on a full-time employee breaks down to $1.35 per hour. Since my part-time employees earn between $4.50 and $7.00 an hour, providing insurance would be almost doubling my payroll costs for those employees. Several years ago, through our local Chamber of Commerce, we were able to get less expensive group coverage. The insurance was cheaper, but the benefits...
Page 225 - There shall be allowed as a deduction the following amounts, not compensated for by insurance or otherwise — "(1) the amount by which the amount of the expenses paid during the taxable year (reduced by any amount deductible under paragraph (2) ) for medical care of the taxpayer, his spouse, and dependents...
Page 850 - There are ways to encourage the expansion of health insurance coverage to employees of small firms, other than mandating coverage. A better alternative is to put small business on a footing more equal with their larger competitors - equalize the health insurance premium deduction for the self-employed business owner, provide equal protection from state benefit mandates, explore the development of workable incentives to small firms—including expanded tax incentives, and remove government-erected...
Page 227 - Subsection (c) provides that the amendments made by this section shall be effective with respect to appropriations for fiscal years...
Page 227 - Session BILL No. IN THE (SENATE) (HOUSE) OF THE UNITED STATES DATE OF INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING BILL; WHICH WAS READ TWICE AND REFERRED TO THE COMMITTEE A BILL To amend the...

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