Future of Affordable Health Insurance Uncertain Before Supreme Court

Future of Affordable Health Insurance Uncertain Before Supreme Court

While there have been many criticisms of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the tax credits have helped millions of low- to middle-income people purchase health insurance coverage. But those tax credits in more than half of the states are in question now because of a lawsuit before the U.S. Supreme Court that could have a […]

Health Insurance Open Enrollment the Second Time Around

Health Insurance Open Enrollment the Second Time Around

One year ago, all the articles and buzz about Affordable Care Act’s health insurance open enrollment detailed problems with Web sites, confusing information for would-be purchasers as well as telephone queues two to four hours long at marketplace exchanges and insurers. What a difference a year makes the second time around for Affordable Care Act […]

Enrollment Time Starts for Affordable Care and Health Insurance Plans

Enrollment Time Starts for Affordable Care and Health Insurance Plans

Millions of Americans, some with government financial assistance, purchased new Affordable Care Act health insurance plans last year. Then they encountered frustrating changes in doctor networks, formularies, and other aspects of their coverage. But it was a transitional year and things have settled down in some states. Now, those who want to change their Affordable […]

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