The data in the taxpayer health subsidies table below was obtained from various sources on the internet. The sources are listed at the end of this post. The taxpayer health Continue Reading….
In the three years that the Health Insurance Marketplace (also called the Exchange) has been in existence, health insurance companies have been leaving counties across the United States. Republicans want Continue Reading….
The Individual Mandate, officially called the Individual Shared Responsibility Payment, is the penalty imposed on Americans who don’t obtain Minimum Essential Coverage per Obamacare (PPACA) in any given year. Health Continue Reading….
This is the third and final installment of my summary look at Obamacare (PPACA). Over the past year, I have looked at how Obamacare (PPACA) The Good and Obamacare (PPACA) Continue Reading….
The Cadillac tax punishes individual Americans (specifically employees and their dependents) with higher health insurance costs (to pay for the Cadillac tax), by encouraging lower employer-sponsored health benefits (to avoid the Cadillac Continue Reading….
The Cadillac tax (officially the High Cost Plan Excise Tax) is supposed to apply a tax on overly generous, employer-sponsored health insurance plans (the so called Cadillac plans). A Cadillac health insurance Continue Reading….
OOPS! The Cadillac tax (officially called the High Cost Plan Excise Tax) is scheduled to begin in 2020, but I have discovered a flaw (?) in how our government set Continue Reading….
What are the Essential Health Benefits? With the passage of Obamacare (PPACA), our federal government defined a list of minimum health care benefits that Americans should have for public well-being. Continue Reading….
The “bad” parts of Obamacare (PPACA) are the result of vague language in the law that can be interpreted in many ways. Obamacare (PPACA) The Bad does not advance Affordable Health Continue Reading….
Like any idea developed by politicians, the “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act” (PPACA), which we know familiarly as Obamacare, is both useful and flawed. I have chosen to discuss Continue Reading….