Originally Posted by douggmc
You know what ... I'll back track a bit and recognize you may very well be saving ~2000 a year with the HSA. I forgot your wife was a Dentist, so you make much more than the average househould. Making an assumption of 400,000 income ... all else being equal ... my tax calculator resulted in a delta of 2000 pretty much spot on (http://www.taxbrain.com/taxcenter/ta...alculator7.asp
... assumptions: 400,000 married filed jointly income, two non-adult kids, 100,000 wage withholding).
You're off. We're a two income household. taxes are significantly higher than your calculator.
And you continue to ignore the savings associated with a high deductible plan.
My taxes are going up for Obamacare and my insurance premiums are going up.
But I'm getting no more healthcare for it.
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Last edited by certifiedfunds; 10-11-2012 at 22:07..