Chances are your costs for prescription medications won’t decline when coverage under Obamacare begins next year. But there are ways to save big.
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Because of Obamacare, many Americans are now insisting they shouldn’t be forced to have health insurance. But here’s what I’m not understanding: Don’t you want health insurance?
Some health insurance companies are pressuring customers to commit to their current plans prior to the opening of online health plan marketplaces on Oct. 1 under Obamacare.
A new survey shows widespread confusion about the requirements of the Affordable Care Act.
When Oct. 1 arrives, the state online marketplaces will enable people to shop among the four health insurance “metal” plans. Here’s what you need to know to make your selection.
Confused about what Obamacare means to you and your family? From who’s affected to what you’ll pay, here’s what you need to know.
Whether your employer provides a high-deductible health plan or you purchase one yourself, you’re trading lower premiums for the potential of big out-of-pocket costs.
The rules will change for health insurance plans when Obamacare finally takes full effect next year. Here’s what to look for.
Many low-wage earners will be offered health insurance through their workplace next year, but it might be more than many can reasonably afford.
A new study shows that the federal government’s spending on health care is growing at a much slower pace than previously predicted.
Spouses of UPS employees who can get health care through their own jobs will no longer be eligible for health insurance through UPS in 2014. What do you think?
Is it really fair to charge a significantly higher premium for smokers who will buy health insurance on the state exchanges next year? Some analysis suggests not.
A new study says 84 million Americans lacked adequate health insurance for at least part of 2012.
Some think Congress repealed the law, while others think the Supreme Court threw it out. While key parts of it haven’t been implemented yet, they’re coming soon.
Some states put off health insurance exchange decisions until after the election. Now, they may be ready to go along.
To avoid a legal obligation to pay employee healthcare costs, employers are cutting hours – and jobs.
In 2014, the Affordable Care Act will force insurance companies to insure everyone. So why not just drop your health coverage, pay the penalty, then buy insurance if you get sick? Check out this exchange on health care reform between me and a reader.
Here’s something you may not know: You don’t have to sign up for Medicare. The catch? If you don’t enroll when you’re first eligible, you could pay some serious financial penalties later in life.
Yes, you are. But how much depends on where you work and what you’re doing in the next few weeks.
Young doesn’t mean healthy. Young adults are becoming obese at a faster rate than other age groups, and they’re the only demographic where heart disease deaths are increasing.