Stop Blaming And Start Governing

Source: | 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 To Reduce Health Insurance Costs

Source: | 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

Read More Deadline To Dec. 19, Citing Late Rush

Source: | 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 to buy insurance that takes effect Jan. 1. “Nearly a million consumers have left their contact information to

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Open Enrollment is in full swing, but uncertainty is the rule.

Consumers have from now until December 15th to enroll in a qualified health plan and avoid the tax penalty. Across the county many changes are happening that make this task even more daunting: In Arizona, the Department of Insurance forced Meritus to suspend offering health insurance.  The announcement came on Friday, October 30, just two

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Retirees vs. The Affordable Care Act

You have probably wondered how you, as a retiree under 65, are affected by the Affordable Care Act and if you can participate in the premium tax credits.  Below is a good article for those of you who are currently insured through your company’s retiree-program. _______________________________________________________ Can You Opt Out Of Your Retiree Plan To

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Will Righting a “Wrong” Be Enough to Change Attitudes About The ACA?

It’s all over the news lately about how President Obama went back on his word on consumers being able to keep their current insurance coverage. Below is an article from the New York Times about the latest efforts by the Obama Administration to keep the Affordable Care Act (ACA, also known as ObamaCare) moving along

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What’s in a Name? That Which We Call…..

No, I’m not going to write about Shakespeare today.   Nor am I going to write about one of the most tragic love stories of all times – Romeo and Juliet.  Pretty much everyone knows the premise behind the story – love and hate in true form and in obscure form.   This premise can be applied

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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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Medicare Do’s and Don’ts….

Has anyone else noticed how crazy October has been?  The government shut down for 16 days, the U.S. almost defaulted on its ability to pay its bills, the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare (CMS) launched the new Health Insurance Marketplace (also known as an Exchange) under the requirements of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care

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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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