#2. Enhance tax credits for families.
What’s more, according to Clinton’s official website, she wants to provide a tax credit of up to $5,000 per family to offset a portion of excessive out-of-pocket and premium costs above 5% of their income.
She wants to enhance the premium tax credits now available through the exchanges so that those now eligible will pay less of a percentage of their income than under current law and ensure that all families purchasing on the exchange will not spend more than 8.5% of their income for premiums.
Finally, she will fix the “family glitch” so that families can access coverage when their employer’s family plan premium is too expensive.