Here is the breakdown. My apologies in advance – I’m a math nerd at heart.

Total cost of this bill: \$1.055 trillion
But hold on a sec you say – Pelosi says cost is \$894 billion. Well you see, penalties on individuals and companies are expected to be \$161 billion. Let’s just not count that as part of the cost.
“Net” cost: \$894 billion
Of yeah, and don’t count the \$245 billion increase to Medicare that needs to pass separately.

How to “pay” for it?
Tax increases: \$572 billion
Cuts to Medicare Advantage etc.: \$426 billion

So here’s how Pelosi math works when you add everything up:
\$1.3 trillion grand total health care plans
– \$245 billion that doesn’t count
= \$1.055 trillion AHCAA cost
– \$161 billion in penalties that doesn’t count
= \$894 billion ‘net’ AHCAA cost
– \$572 billion in tax increases
– \$426 billion in program cuts
= (\$104 billion) which we claim as deficit reduction

Isn’t that special?

Or to sum it up a different way:
\$161B in penalties
+ \$572B in tax increases
= \$733B more collected from “us” in this bill

So looking at it that way, you get:
\$1.3T total cost
– \$733B from us suckers now
– \$245B from us suckers later (add it to the deficit)
– \$426B in cuts even though we know they won’t happen
= (\$104B) in alleged deficit reduction

Voila!

So when they add the \$245B back into the deficit in the second bill, they’ll claim it’s really “only” adding \$141B to the deficit because it’s offset by Pelosicare’s \$104B in “savings”.