Liar, Liar, pants on fire! Why can’t the politicians be honest about the Healthcare crisis?

Please do NOT believe any information about Health Care from Facebook or the mainstream media. Nearly everything we have seen is so slanted or inaccurate that the information is useless. The best source we have found is from Kaiser Family Foundation on their website, www.kff.org They have been involved in Healthcare reform from the beginning

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Stop Blaming And Start Governing

Source: bloomberg.com | Re-Post KSS Insurance 3/30/2017 – Who’s to blame for the failure of the Republican bill to repeal and replace Obamacare? Who cares? What matters now is that Democrats stop gloating, Republicans stop sulking, and each party come to the table to improve a health-care system that both parties agree needs work. After

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5 Ways The GOP Health Bill Reverses Course From The ACA

Source: khn.org | Re-Post KSS Insurance 3/21/2017 –  After literally years of promises, House Republicans finally have a bill they say will “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act. Some conservative Republicans have derided the new proposal — the American Health Care Act — calling it “Obamacare Lite.” It keeps intact some of the more popular

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5 ways To Reduce Health Insurance Costs

Source: financialexpress.com | Re-Post Kss Insurance 3/7/2017 –  Health insurance is one of the best gifts we can give to our family. It might come with a cost, but it is actually a lifesaver in emergency situations. It acts as a backup plan too. However, with a drawback of huge investments required, health insurance most of the

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Before Trump Obamacare Exchanges Were In Big Trouble

Source: bloomberg.com | Re-Post KSS Insurance 2/26/2017 – Healthcare.gov enrollment came in well below what was anticipated last month. After running very slightly ahead of last year’s numbers in December, January brought the news that about 400,000 fewer people had enrolled on the federal exchanges than did so in 2016. Those are scary numbers, not

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Could A Continuous Coverage Requirement Offer The Same Results As The ACA’s Individual Mandate?

Source: linkedin.com | Re-Post KSS Insurance 2/7/2017 –  A closer look at a key provision proposed by the GOP The debate to repeal and replace the ACA (Obamacare) continues. As an alternative to the individual mandate, several GOP proposals keep the ACA’s protections for people with pre-existing conditions, but only for policyholders who maintain “continuous coverage”.

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I missed Open Enrollment, Now What?

Posted KSS Insurance 2/2/2017 – Open Enrollment for individual Health Insurance plans covered by ObamaCare ended on January 31st, and under the current law, you likely will be faced with a tax penalty. But if you missed the deadline, you may still be able to protect your family. Here’s how: Purchase a short-term plan –

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Navigating The Concerns Around Healthcare Insurance

As you continue to evaluate your health insurance needs, there are many factors to consider and contemplate. If you are struggling with deciding which plan is best for you or how to keep your costs down or how the new administration will impact you, please contact us so we can help guide you through the

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Healthcare.gov Deadline To Dec. 19, Citing Late Rush

Source: usatoday.com | Re-Post KSS Insurance 12/16/2016 Federal regulators Thursday night extended the midnight deadline for Affordable Care Act insurance by four days, as consumers fought to get through to call center operators and log onto Healthcare.gov to buy insurance that takes effect Jan. 1. “Nearly a million consumers have left their contact information to

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Health Insurance Enrollment Period And Deadlines

With the election of Donald Trump as our next president, there is much speculation and debate as to what the future will bring for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) also known as Obamacare. Although changes are part of the discussion for the future of the ACA, what those changes will look like are not yet

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