I’m a fifty-year old single man (never married) and my income is substantially above the median. I carry my own health insurance because I don’t like the option given by my employer. Is there anything in the health care reform overhaul of 2010 for me?

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Not yet, but there will be something good in three years. Part of the health care reform package of 2010 established government-approved long term care benefits which employers will be able to offer on a payroll deduction basis. The premiums are not tax-deductible, but you will be able to use HSA funds to pay for the premiums (making them pre-tax) if you have that type of an account.

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