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11/16/2015

Lower ACA Enrollment Projection Contradicts Consumer Demand

While the Obama Administration has succeeded in providing health coverage to millions of Americans, certain holdouts are proving more difficult to insure. The U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services (HHS) estimates that by the end of 2016, the total number of insured people nationwide will be about 10 million. This represents an increase of about 1 million from 2015. The ... Read Full Article ›

11/16/2015

Open Enrollment 2015 – Tips For Obamacare Plans

Ways To Improve Your 2015 / 2016 Health Insurance Open Enrollment Experience Whether your state relies on the federal facilitated Marketplace or its own exchange, you will soon have to make decisions about insurance coverage. The 2016 annual Open Enrollment Period (OEP) runs from Nov. 1, 2015, through Jan. 31, 2016. Coverage begins on Jan. 1, 2016, if you enroll ... Read Full Article ›

11/16/2015

Obamacare Insurance Costs For 2016

It’s time once again to plan next year’s healthcare for you and your family. The annual Open Enrollment Period (OEP) begins on Nov. 1, 2015 and runs through Jan. 31, 2016. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA, or Obamacare) requires all Americans to purchase coverage during the three-month OEP. And if you want coverage to begin on New ... Read Full Article ›

06/24/2015

Supreme Court Decision Is This Week. Will It Disrupt Your Health Coverage?

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has provided Americans with access to quality healthcare. Now, millions of men, women and children are able to visit their choice of providers, quickly and conveniently. Prescription drug coverage has become much more affordable and manageable, as well. However, the promise of quality healthcare may be fleeting. The nation is anxiously awaiting the Supreme Court’s ... Read Full Article ›

05/20/2015

Special Tax Enrollment Bombs. Only 147,000 Sign Up.

Okay America, you had plenty of time to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). But still, you said you didn’t know about the penalties for not having coverage by the open enrollment deadline. So, the President and his administration set up a special enrollment period (SEP), running from March 15 to April 30. Surely, with ... Read Full Article ›

04/13/2015

La participación latina en los planes de Obamacare

La comunidad latina constituye una parte importante de la población no asegurada en América, y, hasta el momento, el número de matrículas han sido menores de lo previsto, pero que están prometiendo. Los números oficiales no han sido liberados para el 2015, pero parece que más miembros de la población latina se están lentamente a bordo con los beneficios de ... Read Full Article ›

03/18/2015

CBO: Taxpayers Are Paying 20% Less for Subsides

According to new cost estimates developed by the Congressional Budget Office, advance premium tax credits will cost taxpayers about 20 percent less than initially projected. Subsidies, which make health insurance affordable for millions of Americans, have been the subject of debate recently as the Supreme Court considers their implementation within the context of the Affordable Care Act. Despite the legal ... Read Full Article ›

03/18/2015

5 Lies For the Supreme Court Case: King v Burwell

Since the Affordable Care Act became law in 2010, those who oppose the law have brought up several issues and legal challenges against it in an effort to undermine its implementation. While some changes have been made to the original law based on interpretations of the Supreme Court, few people continue to question the ACA’s intent. Lawmakers created the new ... Read Full Article ›

03/10/2015

Unbelievable: 87% of People Are Receiving Free Subsidies

Since the marketplaces officially opened in 2013, healthcare officials have expended a lot of energy promoting the advance premium tax credits available to consumers with limited income. Their efforts have paid off. According to a report issued by the Health and Human Services Department, about 87 percent of the people who signed up for health insurance in 2015 qualified for ... Read Full Article ›

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