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Affordable Healthcare Act

October 4, 2013

To the editor” On Tuesday, Oct.1, 2013 enrollment for the Affordable Health Care Act bega....

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Raydunavant

Oct-04-13 11:26 AM

OOPS! wrong LTE, but it is still fitting

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Raydunavant

Oct-04-13 11:25 AM

The good doctor always mouths the socialist party line.

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ccrider

Oct-04-13 10:34 AM

Grumpy- Your advice is right on the mark. Critical feedback coming from all over the country via media reporting is demonstrating your comments fully. The 30 and younger crowd is seemingly going to bear the brunt of this, pushing so many to just pay the penalty. Examples of those of all ages on private policies now are receiving notices from their insurance companies about significant changes in their policies. Each situation is different, to be sure, and each person needs to do their own analysis so as not to be stung by this program if they want to try to take advantage of it.

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grumpy19

Oct-04-13 8:00 AM

I see nothing wrong with having to request the booklet.he problem with that booklet, as you describe it is, it gives out info on rates in other states. I don't see how that applies to Florida residents. Income and other criteria are different in Florida compared to other states. A word to the wise, Yes, you can get a policy with super low premiums. Look at the yearly deductibles and the co pays before you purchase. Your actual yearly expense may be higher than buying insurance with a higher monthly premium.

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