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ObamaCare Survival Guide

ObamaCare Survival Guide

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
  • ObamaCare s impact on long-term care
  • Your responsibilities and penalties under the new laws
  • How to maximize your future healthcare dollars
  • The cost to you as a consumer
  • And much, much more . . .

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3 Responses to “ObamaCare Survival Guide”

  • syberlane "syberlane":
    813 of 904 people found the following review helpful
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    Cliff Notes, Dummies Series like – overview of 2700+ pages of changes, October 12, 2012
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    syberlane “syberlane” (philadelphia, pa) –

    This review is from: ObamaCare Survival Guide (Paperback)

    I read this at a Barnes and Nobel because open enrollmenet season is upon us and have noticed several trends that appear to be troublesome over the past 2 years. In short, this “guide” explains somewhat potential and current changes to health insurance and its implementation. Though I never purchased this piece of literature, I did read it cover to cover and do recommend it for anyone who wants a heads up with regards to what to expect and why. There are a series of laws, fees, penalties, surcharges, and requirements that impact everyone from the self employed, unemployed, small business owner, corporation, LLC, and retiree that rolls out over the course of about 8 years and for 11 bucks, a quick stop at the local library or book store will give just about anyone a heads up of what’s to come.

    The 1 negative review I read indicated that if you are a right winger this book was for you and if you were a left winger forget it. Sorry, but in my opinion information is information whether you like it or not, I suffer through MSNBC, PBS, CNN, and Fox that way I can decide, not let someone else do it for me.

    All the best

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  • Letty:
    237 of 279 people found the following review helpful
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    OBAMACARE FOR DUMMIES 101, November 7, 2012
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    Letty

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    This review is from: ObamaCare Survival Guide (Paperback)

    I had heard many stories about ObamaCare and I wanted to know just how it would affect me and my family, personally, step-by-step. I needed a “Dummies” book and found this book to be very helpful in finding out more about that dreaded subject. The chapters are organized so that I can refer to the ones I most need at the moment. There are blank pages where I have documented what I must remember. It is easy to read and the quality is exceptional. Thank you, Nick Tate, for clearing up some questions for this “dummy” and presenting others to think about. The price is good and no one should be without it as this thing will affect everyone.

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  • Txkittiehawk:
    399 of 488 people found the following review helpful
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    Gives pros and cons, November 6, 2012
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    I’m a nurse and over 65 and wanted to know more about what the law entails and the timelines that are coming. Regardless of your politics, this explains the law in simple English. It’s a good idea-trying to get everyone healthcare, but making it a law-and government forcing me-leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
    There will still be large groups who we will have to pay for as they go to the Emergency Rooms-the homeless, illegals, those who can’t afford to buy the insurance.
    Bottom line you and I will pay for ourselves and those that can’t/won’t.
    The crooks in Washington have exempted themselves from the law.
    As a senior, I will be watching the committee IPAB, that will be “Assessing and Evaluating Treatment Options” under Medicare and so should every other other person on Medicare.I prefer to make my medical decisions with my Physician, rather than the federal government.
    Get a doctor now before they stop taking Medicare or Medicaid.

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