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Health Care "Tax" Has Crushed Nest Eggs By $1,000,000 Per Household

It's been reported that 80% of employer payroll increases have gone to pay healthcare costs over last 20+ years so employer costs have increased with little going in the pockets of workers (not to mention no meaningful improvement in overall health outcomes). Over the last 50 years, the cost of consumer goods [...]
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