How expensive is your current health insurance?

20 Mar

You need to know before becoming self-employed. Somebody at your job has already done the math. Go to your boss or Human Resources (HR) person and ask these questions:

• How much did the insurance company charge in premiums for me and my family last year?

• If that number isn’t available, how much did the insurance company charge in premiums for the average employee here last year?

• How much did I pay?

• How much did the company pay?

Make sure you sit down before you read the numbers. People are often surprised—they think the amount deducted from their paycheck is the complete premium. That is merely your share of the premium. It is what your employer did not subsidize. The remainder of your premium is being subsidized by your employer. If you work for a small company, you may have a small subsidy from your employer. If you are a federal employee, you may have a large subsidy from Uncle Sam.


Mark Anthony Germanos is the President of Cameron Park Computer Services, a premier Sacramento IT company providing IT services, IT solutions and IT support. Cameron Park Computer Services moves clients to the Cloud. “The Cloud is among the best IT solutions we’ve ever offered,” says Germanos, “I’ve been in the IT service and IT support business since 1992. When you run your business in the Cloud, your data is always available, available from anywhere and the cost is usually less. Does your IT company offer IT services, IT support and CloudU certified staff that can provide today’s IT solutions at affordable prices”? Cameron Park Computer Services does.


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