With the new tax, the tax on dental insurance could hit indianappolises homeowners as much as $4,000, according to an article by CBC News.
The new tax could also make it more difficult for people to get dental insurance, according a recent study.
Indians are already facing a tax hike on their dental insurance premiums.
The new tax would mean higher premiums for indians who have dental insurance through their employers, which is already expensive, according the study from the University of Toronto.
It also would hit indians with higher deductibles, which could increase costs for those who use oral surgery and dentures.
Indias health minister and health care expert Raju Patil said the tax will impact many Indian families.
He said the new taxes are expected to cost the government up to $3 billion.
“I think it’s very important to note that this is an incremental increase and the increase is going to be even more severe for those in lower income families,” Patil told reporters Tuesday.
“It will mean that you are going to pay more, and that’s a real concern.”
Patil said he hopes the tax does not impact indians’ ability to pay their dental bills, and said the government is doing its best to help indians avoid the higher premiums.
“We are also doing our best to make sure that we do our best and that our resources are not wasted on the health of indians,” Patils office said in a statement.
Patil also said that the new health care tax is not a tax on the poor.
“We’re talking about a tax that is being passed by the government on a small percentage of the population,” he said.
“The poor will benefit from this tax.”
Pati said that he is working with the Indian government to see how the new insurance tax could impact indian people with dental coverage.
The Indian government is also seeking to encourage the purchase of dental coverage through its online portal.
Indian families that do not have dental coverage can still get dental care through a family dentist, said Pati.
“And we want to encourage people to make this change.
It’s an economic incentive to get dentures,” he told reporters.
Indiatimes: Indias health ministry says dental tax will be effective March 1The Indian tax will apply to dentists and dental offices.
The government says it expects the new dental tax to increase premiums for Indian families, which would increase costs.
India is the third-most populous country in the world, with a population of nearly 2.3 billion people.