15 Key Health Care Act Provisions That Begin in 2014
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was signed by President Obama on March 23, 2010, but 2014 is the year when most core pieces of PPACA will be activated, effecting many of your clients' health care planning.
Administration Quietly Announces Another Obamacare Delay
For a year, consumers will be on the honor system for subsidies under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
5 Things to Know About Delayed Health Care Mandate
It was seen as a major concession to business interests; here's what you should be doing now with all that extra time.
Administration Delays Obamacare Employer Mandate
The new heath care law has come under fire in recent months for its confusing guidance and expected cost overruns.
HSAs: A Powerful Tool for Covering Clients’ Higher Health Care Costs Under ACA
The looming deadlines for implementing many key Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) provisions have many of your clients wondering how they can cushion the impact of the rising premium costs they fear will accompany them. HSAs may be the way to go.
In Medicaid Planning, Don’t Surrender Life Insurance—Trade It for LTC Instead
Your clients who are nearing retirement age might often wonder why they bother maintaining the life insurance policies they’ve funded for years. But under some recent state proposals, owning a life insurance policy can actually help clients in LTC planning.
GOP Senators Push Bill to Expand Access to HSAs, FSAs
Sens. Orrin Hatch and Marco Rubio have introduced legislation to expand and strengthen health savings accounts and flexible spending accounts.
Wealthy Families Not Addressing Major Risks in Financial Plans
A new study by U.S. Trust identifies wealthy families’ collective health as a risk to wealth.
Health Care and Taxes, Pt. 1: HSAs
How health savings account distributions are taxed.
Post-Retirement Health Care: A Quarter-Million-Dollar Dilemma
Many of your clients retiring this year are likely to incur about $240,000 per couple in out-of-pocket health care expenses during retirement. How do you advise them to cover these expenses on a fixed income?