Seems like most people would get the credit:
...the plan reduces the tax credits for individuals with annual incomes over $75,000 and married couples with incomes over $150,000.
And from a fiscal perspective:
The tax credits proposed by House Republicans would start at $2,000 a year for a person younger than 30 and would rise to a maximum of $4,000 for a person 60 or older. A family could receive up to $14,000 in credits.There are over 100M households (families?) in the US; so $14k x 100M = $1.4T
Total Medicaid ($360B) + Marketplace payments ($40B) in FY 2016 was = $400B.
Could turn out to be a bonanza in leading USD flow if you consider that USD balances are equivalent to US tax credits.
Republican health care plan trades coverage mandate for tax credits - Las Vegas Sun https://t.co/w7BsenSlEN pic.twitter.com/V0vKEfQx5T— Plan Expert (@YourPlanExpert) March 7, 2017