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March 31 is Cut Off for ObamaCare Registration

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March 31 may be a significant – and very expensive – date in your life. Don’t know why? That is not unusual. Tens of millions of Americans do not, according to public opinion polls.

By the end of this month, many people are required to be signed up for Obamacare health insurance. Failure to do so means paying a tax intended to punish those who do not go along with the president’s pride and joy.

At minimum, that tax is $95 per person in your family. That is the number liberals prefer to use.

But the tax actually is $95 or 1 percent of your income – whichever is higher. Millions of people who fail to comply with the Obamacare deadline will be paying much, much more than $95

What about all those delays Obama has approved? Good question. Big companies and smaller ones that provide insurance for employees do not have to meet the March 31 deadline. Neither do hundreds of the president’s cronies, including some of the very labor unions that pushed for enactment of Obamacare.

But you, if you are a private citizen who buys your own health insurance, had better be in compliance by March 31.

Thinking that you may bide your time, pay the penalty for a few weeks, then sign up? Forget it. If you miss the March 31 deadline, your next opportunity to enroll will be Nov. 15 – and your coverage will not begin until 2015.

So what do you do if you are required to have Obamacare insurance by March 31? Try going to the healthcare.gov website for guidance.

And good luck with that.
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  1. Ralph March 27, 2014

    After working 2 jobs for the past few years so that I can afford my almost $700. a month health insurance, I can now relax and work less thanks to Obama Care. With my new insurance I have enough money left over each month to not only pay off my credit card, but have extra left over for myself. Thanks so much

  2. Roberto H April 3, 2014

    I dont understan why if I made 13000 on the year 2013 I have to pay 260. For the obamacare a month .is the obamacare for rich people or poor people, who going to be able to pay.

  3. Anonymous April 15, 2014

    64 years old just got notice my insurance doubled and so will yours in the near future, more than likely, hope for you it doesn’t but it probably will. The insurance companies think they will take less clients and charge triple within a few years because the govt rates will be going up, wish you the best of luck but I don’t think this is going to be pretty!

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