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Why I’m Not Signing Up For ObamaCare Even Though I Need Healthcare

I Can Not Afford It

 

Yeah, I pretty much can’t afford it.  You can stop reading here if you want, but I have some data to back up my reasoning.  Enter the rabbit hole with me.

First, I have to say that I welcomed the Affordable Care Act when it was proposed as a single payer system.  The way that it would have worked (ideally) is that Medicaid would be the benefit carrier and as long as your doctor accepted Medicaid, you would have some level of service.  It would have been a much easier solution to the hodgepodge mess that has been enacted.  I’m ahead of myself.  Let’s backtrack on how I came to this decision. […]

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The Cheap Way to Do Obamacare

Have you logged on to the Healthcare.gov website yet? Yes, the website’s experiencing a few glitches and registration issues, but it’s worthwhile to log on now and poke around the site just to see your options – then go register in two weeks after the registration problems have been solved.

The biggest thing you’re hearing from news organizations is “if you already have health insurance, you don’t have to do anything.” Well, that’s all fine and dandy for people who like to do things the normal way, but it isn’t the best option for people who like to do things the cheap way.

If you’re the kind of person who’s reading this site, you’re probably already skilled at sussing out the cheapest airfare, cuts of meat, and other basic life expenses. Now it’s time to learn how to find the cheapest health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, as well as what to do about other types of insurance. […]

Five Things You Need To Know About Obamacare

NBC News interviewed Dr. Nancy Snyderman and Jean Chatzsky about the Affordable Care Act also known as Obamacare and some of the most important aspects of this new law that you need to know. The ladies cover the five important aspects of this new law those most people are confused about:

  • Who has to buy into the exchanges.
  • You have until December 15 to sign up in order to obtain coverage on January 1. You have until May of next year to sign up.
  • Pre-existing conditions will be covered and in fact medical companies can no longer deny coverage due to a preexisting condition.
  • Preventative care is now covered at all levels of coverage
  • The cost of coverage […]