Source from AARP, by Frank Lalli, AARP The Magazine On Jan. 1, 2014, President Obama’s Affordable Care Act will greatly expand the health care benefits being offered to the 55 million Americans with no health coverage, as well as millions more who are underinsured. The law sets certain standards that all insurers must meet, and mandates that all health… Read more »
AARP is an amazing and easy resource for keeping up to date with everything related to Senior Care. In the following article, AARP has heard your confusion regarding Medicare and how the Affordable Care Act can affect your policy. Read the article here
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Source from Annie Lowrey, The New York Times Over the next few years, the government is expected to spend billions of dollars less than originally projected on the law, analysts said, with both the Medicaid expansion and the subsidies for private insurance plans ending up less expensive than anticipated. Economists broadly agree that the sluggish… Read more »