Congress passed it. President Obama signed it into law. The Supreme Court has ruled it constitutional. And Obama’s re-election virtually ensures the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as ObamaCare, will be implemented in full, with the prospects of wholesale repeal all but impossible. In fact, many provisions of the new law are already becoming a reality with major new regulations set to start soon. ObamaCare will affect every single American, but few know what exactly the 2,700 page law actually says. Now, the ObamaCare Survival Guide, written in plain, easy-to-read language, makes the law simple to understand and gives you the tools to navigate ObamaCare.
Now, the ObamaCare Survival Guide, written in plain, easy-to-read language, makes the law simple to understand. The ObamaCare Survival Guide reveals:
- How currently insured people will be affected, including rising premium costs
- Medicare shocker: cuts in benefits, new rules
- New protections for the uninsured
- Hidden fees and levies
- New taxes for the affluent
- Small businesses: new requirements, tax credits
- Prescription drug users: new fees
- A timetable for each part of the healthcare plan
- Essential benefits insurance companies must provide
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AccountMate Software Corporation today announces an expanded vertical partnership with National Payment Corporation for a new online payment solution with BenefitVault for benefit options and automated payment processing including options for Patient Protection and the Affordable Care Act (or ObamaCare).
This is an important time to address these insurance issues. Working with our Channel partners and their clients, said David Dierke, CEO and President of AccountMate, we want to help ensure that this process is as seamless as possible.
BenefitVault is a patent-pending, on-line, payment solution that allows individual employees to shop and choose from any benefit product and have payments deducted from their paycheck — requiring no administration for employers or their staff. For employers this means no more payroll slots, escrowing employees money, SPDs, renewals, file feeds and changes, ERISA plans, compliance issue, bill reconciliation, benefit administration, HIPAA liability and much more. BenefitVault removes employers out of the middle and does it all.
Without BenefitVault, employers will pay higher costs to administer and manage benefit options as ObamaCare requires.
Companies will benefit from using BenefitVault by having all of their insurance coverage in one central, secure location. BenefitVaults secure, online cloud-based solution eliminates expensive administration to employers and allows employees to manage their payment options directly, ensuring no lapse in coverage, said Jim Hagen, Vice President of Sales, National Payment Corporation.
Under ObamaCare many employees will lose payroll deduction as an option to pay for their medical coverage and other company benefits. Many employers cannot afford the administrative costs and requirements associated with allowing payroll deductions for every product and every carrier selected by each employee on a daily, monthly and annual basis.
The Patient Protection and the Affordable Care Act, a bill signed into law to reform the health care industry by President Barack Obama on March 23, 2010, is designed to give more Americans access to affordable, quality health insurance and to reduce the growth in health care spending in the United States.
ObamaCare offers a number of new rights and protections, and in exchange, most Americans must obtain health coverage by 2014, get an exemption, or pay a fee.
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Washington, DC (PRWEB) November 30, 2012
The National Hispanic Council on Aging (NHCOA) the leading national organization working to improve the lives of Hispanic older adults, their families, and caregivers has been working across states to raise awareness and empower Latino workers and older adults to advocate for leaves that pay laws at the local and state level. Leaves that pay policies are the best way to ensure that workers dont have to choose between their family and their job. Job security and steady wages are crucial for the Hispanic community as many workers are also caregivers and heads of households.
With the flu season underway, it is likely that workers without paid sick days are going to work ill. This creates a toll on the individuals health, but also makes possible the spread of the illness to those in the work or family environment. Similarly, there are also workers who do have leaves that pay, but dont use it when they are sick because they are unaware of the benefit.
The Leaves That Pay initiative is more than good public health policy, its common sense, said Dr. Yanira Cruz, NHCOA President and CEO. When workers can stay home to take care of themselves or a loved one while earning wages, both individuals and the health care system are better off in the long run. Leaves that pay enable workers to avoid spreading illnesses, and to manage minor health problems before they become serious or chronic.
That is why NHCOA has been working to raise awareness among Latino workers in California, which has leaves that pay laws in place. While these workers are the ones who need leaves that pay the most, they are the least likely to use it in the event of an illness. In fact, according to a 2011 study by Eileen Appelbaum and Ruth Milkman only 34% of Hispanic Californians were aware these laws existed. Likewise, NHCOA has been working with advocates in New York City to bring a leaves that pay bill, which was introduced more than a year ago, to vote in the City Council. As the initiative expands, NHCOA hopes to empower Latino communities in Southern Florida to advocate for a similar law, and to expand an existing worker disability law in New Jersey.
NHCOAs Leaves That Pays initiative is sponsored by the Ford Foundation. For more information, visit http://www.nhcoa.org.
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Part 6 US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES CANDIDATES Florida District 03 Debate 10/25/2012 The North Central Florida Tea Party hosted a debate at 7:00 pm on Thursday, October 25th in Lake City Florida. The debate featured Phil Dodds, JR Gaillot, and Ted Yoho, the three candidates for the newly formed US House of Representatives seat in District 3. Bill Madden from WJTK, 96.5 Radio moderated this debate. This is a great opportunity to learn more about these candidates. Prior to the debate, a local doctor spoke for a few minutes about the Affordable Health Care Act.
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