The Issue: Which taxpayers get best ROI on healthcare tax dollar? Taxpaying residents in states expanding Medicaid coverage to accommodate the sweeping 2010 healthcare reform law could see a return on their investments of as much as $5.11 for every additional dollar in income taxes they'll pay to fund the Affordable Care Act, a WalletHub.com report found. #ACA #funding #costs #investments #return #profit #taxpayers #hcr #law - www.healthcoverageally.com
On March 23, 2010, the Affordable Care Act was signed into law.Children have already benefited from the new law.They can no longer be denied health insurance due to preexisting conditions, young adults have the security of staying on their parents’ health insurance plan up to the age of 26 and those with private insurance plans now have access to no-cost preventive care.Here’s an infographic showing what health care will look like when the ACA is fully implemented.
Will More Small Firms Self Fund Their Healthcare Plans?The Affordable Care Act (ACA) was intended to increase access to quality and reliable healthcare, partly through the employer mandate. #ACA #healthinsurance #funding #risk - www.healthcoverageally.com