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Feb 2nd, 2011

On average, there are millions of individuals who carry no affordable health insurance because of the high cost. Others refrain from any insurance policy because they are aware of the pre-existing medical conditions they are afflicted. The standard age bracket for individuals with no insurance is between eighteen years of age and sixty-four years of […]

Nov 16th, 2010

Individuals either who currently are diagnosed with a form of cancer or who have successfully survived and are trying to get on with their lives it is a never ending battle. This includes the consistent debating with the various health insurance providers who shy away when they hear the term cancer being mentioned by a […]

Nov 15th, 2010

Trying to acquire an affordable health insurance policy after facing the ordeal of cancer can be equally as difficult for some individuals. The common health insurance policy is set up to cover necessary medical expenses and non-medical expenses. The non-medical expenses include the loss of benefits from the loss of income as in the loss […]

Nov 10th, 2010

All current employees will begin to see changes in their employer sponsored health insurance policy as early as January 1, 2011. The initial changes will be slow and steady to give the employee an opportunity to digest what is about to happen to their health insurance system. What all employees will experience is the reduction […]

Nov 5th, 2010

Are you prepared for the changes in the health insurance system that will affect you and your family? One of the most prominent changes is with the children. All children are now able to remain on their parent’s affordable health insurance policy until they reach the age of twenty-six years. Currently, children are removed from […]

Sep 24th, 2010

Currently there are twenty-two states that have begun to file legal briefs challenging the constitutionality of the new health care reform bill that was passed in March 2010. It will take some time for all the legal briefs to file through the spider web of channels before it reaches the Supreme Court for a final […]

Sep 23rd, 2010

There are millions of citizens today who are suffering quietly because they have been turned away from the health insurance providers because they have one or more pre-existing conditions. The health insurance industry has long practiced a policy of offering affordable health insurance to prospective clients, but excluding any known pre-existing conditions for a period […]

Aug 30th, 2010

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act for 2014 is a lengthy one and it does take some time to weed through the entire section. As you can see from reading how the current health insurance system will drastically change, there is more yet to come. Impose an annual penalty of ninety-five dollars or up […]

Aug 27th, 2010

The government in all its wisdom has put a price tag on The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and it is about time you were enlightened further to what it can cost you and your family.  The standard health insurance for a family is now capped at thirteen thousand dollars and for an individual […]

Jul 23rd, 2010

Though many individuals and families do have affordable health insurance coverage, the numbers do fluctuate from time to time as those who are employed either change their place of employment or find they are unemployed. The way the entire system was set up many years ago was that when an individual was in between employment […]

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