Angela Denig, who has chosen to live without health insurance and pay the Affordable Care Act penalty for being uninsured, holds her medical bills in her Margate home. Months after Denig, 41, chose to pay the penalty, she was diagnosed with a benign tumor in her breast and the cost of surgeries soaked up her savings.
Angela Denig, who has chosen to live without health insurance and pay the Affordable Care Act penalty for being uninsured, holds her medical bills in her Margate home. Months after Denig, 41, chose to pay the penalty, she was diagnosed with a benign tumor in her breast and the cost of surgeries soaked up her savings. CHARLES TRAINOR JR MAIMI HERALD STAFF
Angela Denig, who has chosen to live without health insurance and pay the Affordable Care Act penalty for being uninsured, holds her medical bills in her Margate home. Months after Denig, 41, chose to pay the penalty, she was diagnosed with a benign tumor in her breast and the cost of surgeries soaked up her savings. CHARLES TRAINOR JR MAIMI HERALD STAFF

When paying the Obamacare penalty is cheaper than buying insurance

May 15, 2015 3:44 PM