Private Health Insurance: Estimates of Expanded Tax Deductibility of Premiums for Individually Purchased Health Insurance
The Office, 1998 - Health insurance - 20 pages
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15-percent bracket addition adjusted gross income amount Census Characteristic Number compared copies Cost of individual CPS data ENCLOSURE I ENCLOSURE Estimated number expanded federal marginal tax fee-for-service plan Figure Full-time fully deductible further GAO/HEHS-98-190R Health Insurance head-of-household tax filers health insurance coverage health insurance expenses health insurance premiums Health Insurance Tax highest tax bracket individual health insurance individual insurance Individual Medicare individuals 1.5 percent individuals in millions insurance cost Insurance Tax Deductibility Issues itemize deductions joint tax filers less letter March Marginal tax bracket marginal tax rate Medicaid Unin Medium military million nonelderly individuals Number of individuals number of nonelderly Office percent POPULATION potential tax benefit presentation primary source Private purchased individual health range receive Self-employed shown single single premium someone source of insurance sources of coverage standard deduction sured Table Tax Deductibility ENCLOSURE tax filers taxable income types uninsured
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Page 2 - The second major element in the simulation system was statistical summaries of individual income tax returns compiled by the Internal Revenue Service. These statistics are made available in the 1RS publication series, Statistics of Income (SOI). Some unpublished statistical summaries from the 1RS were also used to develop these procedures. A third element was the 1991 American Housing Survey microdata file.