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Obamacare has changed the world of health insurance for recent grads. Here’s what you need to know.
Auto insurance premiums could fall slightly as medical coverage related to the Affordable Care Act takes on more injury treatment costs, according to a new report by the Rand Corporation.
Despite an initial botched rollout in October and some technical glitches on Monday as open enrollment came to a close, Americans signed up in droves for health insurance.
A new survey finds that 60 percent of the uninsured are unaware that Monday is the deadline to apply for health insurance and, when told about it, say they don’t plan to sign up.
The deadline for purchasing individual health insurance is quickly approaching, although some will get some extra time to complete their application. Here’s what you need to know.
Do your homework and take note of the limited number of health care providers and networks offered through the exchanges.
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