The Affordable Care Act (ACA) of 2010 (often called Obamacare) established new rules and minimum standards for health insurance in the U.S. One important aspect of the act is the requirement that most individuals purchase insurance starting in 2014 or pay a penalty if they are not covered by insurance at work or by Medicare or other specific health insurance plans.
To make coverage possible for people who currently don’t have insurance or can’t get it, the ACA also provides new protections including:Read More
Because work continues on making the healthcare.gov site more functional and debate continues on what needs to happen to fix enrollment problems for health insurance, we suggest that you follow two blogs:Read More
You’ve seen all the publicity on “Obamacare,” right? If you think The Affordable Care Act—the official name—isn’t about you, you’re wrong.
Even if you are the healthiest young person in the world, the law now requires that you must have “minimum essential” health insurance coverage.
Deadline approaching: You have to be enrolled in an approved insurance plan by March 31, 2014. If you don’t have coverage, and don’t have the right excuse for not having that coverage, you will have to pay a tax penalty.Read More
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