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So it looks like the ACA is going to go away as we know it …

By |2017-01-17T19:19:37+00:00January 17th, 2017|Affordable Care Act, Group Health Insurance|

... the real problem is what is going to replace it?  There seems to be major division in the GOP on how to do this. We heard all year that President-Elect Trup was going to repeal and replace the ACA ... but we have yet to hear with what?!?!?! Here is the latest from the

The Future of ObamaCare in CA

By |2017-01-11T17:46:43+00:00January 11th, 2017|Affordable Care Act, Group Health Insurance|

One of the items at the top of the President Elect's to do list after his Inauguration, is 'repeal & replace' ObamaCare.  So far we don't have any specifics about what this really will mean to Americans, but this article has stated what we have been anticipating all along - according to Deborah Kelch of the

Looming changes to ObamaCare …

By |2016-11-29T21:45:07+00:00November 29th, 2016|Affordable Care Act, Group Health Insurance|

Now that we know who our next President will be, the question I keep getting asked is: “What is going to happen to my health insurance?” My answer - In the short term, nothing.  In the long run…. Well, we’re not exactly sure. Here is what we know about President Elect Trump's plan: During his

And the SHOP carriers are …

By |2013-08-12T19:33:00+00:00August 12th, 2013|Affordable Care Act, Group Health Insurance|

At the beginning of this month, Covered California announced the carriers that will be participating in the SHOP exchange.  This is the small business part of Covered California, where small businesses can go to purchase health insurance.  The 6 carriers are Health Net, Kaiser, Blue Shield, Chinese Community Health Plan, Sharp Health Plan, and Western

Changes in Employer Sponsored Health Insurance …

By |2013-07-01T20:05:00+00:00July 1st, 2013|Group Health Insurance|

I recently read an article that details the growing relationship between employer sponsored 401k plans and employer sponsored health insurance plans.  Over the last 40 years the industry has seen pension plans go away and shift to 401k plans.  This has taken the responsibility of retirement out of the employers hands and into the employees. 

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