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.
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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.
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.
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.
The misinformation pertaining to Obamacare could potentially create big problems for people looking for more affordable health insurance.
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?
Scammers are using the October rollout of the state insurance marketplaces as an opportunity to con personal information from people. Here’s how to keep up your guard.
Confused about the details of health care reform and how it affects your life? Here’s where to get help.
Big changes are the perfect time for big cons. Don’t get swindled by these tactics.
People will be able to apply for health insurance coverage on the state marketplaces beginning Oct. 1. There are steps you can take now to make that process easier.
The opening date for the Affordable Care Act’s insurance marketplaces is near. Here’s how to be ready just in case any of the changes affect you and your family.
Will the newest changes to the health insurance landscape affect you, will Uncle Sam pick up part of the cost, what’s the penalty for not buying insurance, and how much will you have to pay to become insured?
Want to be one of the first to enroll for health insurance on the new state online marketplaces? Good luck with that.
Pop quiz: Are members of Congress exempt from Social Security? Keep reading, and we’ll sort out the fact from the fiction when it comes to congressional perks.
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.
If your employer doesn’t offer health insurance for 2014 or its plan doesn’t meet minimum standards, you’ll need to buy insurance on your own.
I’m shopping for an individual health insurance plan on a state insurance marketplace under Obamacare today. Here’s how the process worked.
You’ll have to pony up cash to the federal government if you ignore the requirement to purchase health insurance — and you could face a pile of medical bills if you’re injured or seriously ill.
While some businesses have complained about the requirements of health care reform and threatened to scale back full-time workers to part time, Starbucks made a point of saying it won’t.