No, neither do we. But if your income is above $90,000 (single) or $180,000 (couple) and you don’t have private hospital insurance, you’ll be paying the Medicare Levy Surcharge ¬- that’s an extra $900 (single) or $1800 (couple) in tax. The good news is you can avoid this penalty because there are hospital insurance policies…

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