Way back in 2009, when lawmakers were negotiating the Affordable Care Act, it was clear that it would cost a lot of money to pay out advanced tax credits, cost-sharing reductions and Medicaid fees for millions of newly covered people. So much money that the authors of the ACA were concerned enough to try and make the ACA revenue neutral.
A new rule about HRAs could change how small employers fund health insurance
The numbers in Louisiana are frankly not too good: only 20% of employers with fewer than 10 employees offer their employees a group health plan.
Congratulations! You have managed to hang in through two parts of a rather elaborate series in which I’m trying to show what could happen if courts uphold the current court decision in Texas v U.S. declaring the Affordable Care Act (ACA) unconstitutional.
In my last installment of Straight Talk, I started to give you some real-world details about what would happen if the Affordable Care Act, recently determined to be unconstitutional entirely by a federal district court judge in Texas, actually ended.
PART 1: Your Health Insurance Benefits and Protections
I spend a ton of time out in public, doing presentations, speeches, interviews and compliance seminars and I get bombarded with questions about the healthcare topic du jour.