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Will seniors pay new taxes on retirement income this year?
But the short answer is good news: At least for now, 鈥淪eniors won鈥檛 actually experience any changes related to taxes on retirement income when they file this year,鈥?says Lamkins. Ron Tauchen, who coordinates the Dane County, Wisconsin, AARP Tax-Aide program, concurs.
How will the American Health Care Act affect seniors?
Seniors between the ages of 50 and 64 may see a steep rise in their health insurance premiums. The American Health Care Act (AHCA) has been passed by the House of Representatives, and before it goes any further, we will likely see a number of changes and compromises.
How much will health insurance premiums go up for seniors?
According to a study by AARP, this new legislation, if passed, would raise average annual insurance premiums for adults aged 60 and older to $17,900 — an increase of $3,200.
Can health insurance companies charge older clients higher premiums?
Specifically, it would make it possible for health insurance companies to charge older clients much higher premiums relative to younger clients. The Affordable Care Act requires health insurance companies to charge seniors aged 50 through 64 no more than three times what they charge younger enrollees.