Preparing for adequate health-care coverage in retirement is an essential element of financial planning.
More employers will be required to offer health insurance to employees this year resulting from the Affordable Care Act.
Affordable Care Act survives challenge in Supreme Court.
Millions of insured individuals may lose federal health-insurance subsidies depending on a decision from the Supreme Court expected in June.
In addition to health-care reform, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will have an impact on clients’ investments, as they plan to cover health costs and prepare for the possibility of new tax liabilities. Chris Hennessey reviews the top concerns about the ACA for all types of clients. Surtax may hit high earners The ACA established
Mid-term elections, tort reform, and other policy pressures may alter the way the Affordable Care Act delivers on the promise of health-care reform in the future, but the law will likely remain largely intact. Chris Hennessey discusses several changes that some advocates are proposing. Letting the consumer decide what to buy. The law now requires
The effects of the Affordable Care Act on insurance premiums will vary, but some people may see more advantages than others. Chris Hennessey explains why some segments of the population may see a reduction in premiums. Older individuals will benefit Older individuals, particularly those with chronic illnesses, will likely benefit from the ACA. The new