As the federal government continues to create high-stakes borrowing packages toward various areas of COVID relief, the subject of more government involvement in paying for healthcare has arisen in a variety of ways. Read more
Healthcare.Gov Pricing Under ARPA21
When I was a young man, around 15-years-old, I already had two jobs. One working at a tennis pro shop, stringing rackets, scheduling courts, teaching lessons, and selling equipment and clothing. Read more
Two weeks ago in Straight Talk, I gave you the background of the Individual health insurance marketplace. As you recall, it began in the United States in 2013 when the federal government introduced Healthcare.gov
Part 1: Background
Since early in 2013, American citizens who don’t get an offer of affordable health insurance through work (that’s about 10% of working adults) have had another significant coverage option.
My Mom has a wonderful way of dispelling fear, anxiety and trouble with just a few words. I guess when you make it to 82 (don’t tell her I told you how old she is!), you pick up a few things along the way.
About things in the future that could be problematic: “Don’t borrow trouble! Today has enough!” Read more
Whew! I can’t tell you how happy I am when election season ends. I’m always hopeful for the new candidates, but also a bit saddened by the vitriol that seems to pop up prior to and during such elections, every time. That’s another reason to celebrate the end, I think.
I’m already getting emails….
“Mike, what does a new president and administration mean for Louisiana and health insurance?” Read more