re:it's confusing and for some EXPENSIVE
by Tammy de Leeuw
The Grouchy Marketing Lady
Love it or hate it. The Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) has arrived, with its' full impact to be felt come January 1, 2014.
Millions of Americans across the country have already received notices from their insurance companies that their current policies will terminate on December 31, 2013.
They are now faced with a daunting task: managing their own healthcare from A-Z and choosing
Glitches in both the federal and state Obamacare marketplaces have occurred, leaving many worried and unsure of whether or not their new plans will be as good as the old ones, and whether the rates will truly be affordable.
Early feedback from states such as California, which has a website that is fully functional, is that rates have increased for millions of people. In addition, "exposure" has increased, meaning most plans have increased co-pays, deductibles, and maximum out-of-pocket costs.
Our friend Rick Liuag has put together a great report that you can get right now.
Here are some of the better supplements you can use to build your own healthcare plan:
Also, medical access and discount cards are good and are part of our multi-part approach to bypassing Obamacare.
Obamacare selling for agents (this will also show consumers the problems they will be facing)
Interview on Austin radio with Rick Liuag (what consumers can expect and what they can do)
Marketplace Solutions (After Oct 1)
Even if you are NOT an insurance person, you will still gain a better understanding of the ACA by viewing these videos.Finally, if you live in California, I can personally help you put a plan together. Just call toll free: