Americans can kill two birds with one stone by filing their taxes and buying health insurance at the same time.
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Don’t miss your chance to get health insurance for 2014.
Aging Americans battered by the recession are flocking to the online marketplaces to buy health insurance.
The government says about 3.3 million people have applied to buy individual health insurance through a state or federal online marketplace.
Colorado ski resort towns and parts of the rural South are among the places with the highest premiums on the federal and state health insurance marketplaces.
Years after the Great Recession, the number of those working part time because they can’t find full-time jobs has remained stubbornly high.
Scammers claiming to be from Obamacare, the Do Not Call Registry, the police or your bank are tricking people into sharing personal information, leading to identity theft.
Those workers will now be eligible to buy health insurance on the online marketplaces, possibly qualifying them for a federal subsidy.
It’s not only Democrats who love Obamacare. At least one Republican thinks health reform is a smart move.
A report out of Congress says claims that millions will lose health insurance coverage in 2014 are greatly exaggerated.
I made the Dec. 23 deadline to buy insurance that takes effect Jan. 1, and my new insurance reduced my monthly cost by 45 percent.
The Affordable Care Act allows employers to penalize people who don’t participate in voluntary wellness programs or meet certain fitness goals.
The new health care law is complex and, for many, confusing. Here are some simple answers to help you understand the economic ramifications of this law on our economy and how the Affordable Care Act is designed to make care affordable.
That’s because 25 states have not taken the federal government up on its offer to pay for the expansion of the health insurance program for the very poor.
When it comes to the Affordable Care Act, political agendas have led to so much misinformation, it’s hard to know what to believe.
Of all the things people are worrying about as they navigate Obamacare, credit history should not be one of them.
It’s supposed to be, but the government had plenty of time to get it right the first time and failed. So what’s Plan B?
Here are some of the most popular categories of reader questions from 2013, along with examples and answers. Maybe you’ve wondered about some of the same things.
Some large insurance companies don’t like the idea of insuring people with pre-existing conditions, which they’ll be required to do under Obamacare.
The misinformation pertaining to Obamacare could potentially create big problems for people looking for more affordable health insurance.