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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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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3 Things You Should Know About Buying Health Insurance

Source: entrepreneur.com | Re-Post KSS Insurance 11/22/2-16 Buying health insurance can seem complicated. Like, trying to figure out house allegiances in “Game of Thrones” complicated. And in the past, you could close your eyes, stick your fingers in your ears and ignore it until it went away (and pray that you didn’t get sick). Then

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Men Are Now Pregnant Under the ACA?!?!?

This is an interesting article about the “across the board coverage” on the new qualified health plans that were mandated under the Affordable Care Act (ACA, ObamaCare).  It helps to clarify why everyone is getting the same coverage no matter if you are male, female, young or old. ________________________________________________ Obamacare 101: Why do men need

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Is It The Ole Bait and Switch or a “Minor” Over-looked Detail?

From day one when we were introduced to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA, ACA, or “ObamaCare”) back in 2010, we were told that everyone was required to have insurance by 2014 or face a penalty of some sort.  And of course, no one really knew, let alone understood, what was in the

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Glitches…Smitches…Health Insurance Marketplaces Are Open For Business

It’s October.  We’ve successfully survived the launch of the new Affordable Care Act’s (ACA, “ObamaCare”) Health Insurance Marketplaces even with the goverment shutdown.  Granted, the opening didn’t go quite smoothly as planned as there were software glitches, websites crashes, and long wait times for questions and answers, but on a positive note…the world did not implode, Wall

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T’was the Night Before ObamaCare and All Through the House……

T’was the night before ObamaCare and all thru the House Not a Congressman was quiet, nor even their spouse.   Pelosi and Sebellius are both wearing skirts. While Ted Reid is sitting there in a suit, tie, and smirk.   The House and the Senate were fighting all night With visions of passing, and screaming

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I will Pay How Much for My Health Insurance Premium?

 The 50 states of Obamacare Health premiums will be much cheaper in some states than others (By Jen Wieczner 27 Sept 2013, Marketwatch, WSJ) (an abbreviated reprinting of the article)   Obamacare may be a national health law, but it has a different price tag in each state. Americans under age 65 who buy insurance

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Finally….Behind Door No. 3….The Bronze Plan…Or Is It the Silver Plan…Or…?

It’s hard to come up with a new angle to write about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA, ACA…or ObamaCare) when we are getting bombarded daily with information about it…and straight from the source:  Dept of Health and Human Services (HHS), Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the newspaper, the internet, the

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In Just a Short 7 Days….

One week from today, on October 1, 2013, health insurance will change significantly for the first time since 1965….when Medicare was signed into law.  Are you ready?  Do you understand the new Health Insurance Marketplace?  Do you know what a Qualified Health Plan (QHP) is?  How about the ten essential health benefits (EHB) now included in

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