SPOTLIGHT: Healthcare costs to families are still growing

We all know healthcare costs can pose a big burden for consumers. What's not as well known, however, is that those out-of-pocket costs can add up to more than 10 percent of their income, in part due to their carrying larger shares of their health insurance premium. That's the case for nearly one-quarter of all Americans under 65, according to a new study by Families USA. Article

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