Health insurance indicators

Starbucks and GM have a lot in common: they are large companies, recognizable brands, and their economic fortunes can inform us on the state of the U.S. economy. They have one other thing in common – both companies currently spend more on health care insurance that they do on the raw materials to make their products.

But large corporations aren’t the only ones scratching their heads about increasing health insurance costs. A recent report by Kaiser Family Foundation claims that the annual average family policy is now over $10,000.

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