Historic HSA Levels

Below are historic HSA levels that may be needed for back filing. Annual Contribution Limits 2016 and 2017 Compared The following chart from shrm.org shows the comparison of the 2016 and 2017 HSA limits as defined by the IRS’s Revenue Procedure 2015-30, issued May 5, 2015. Please note: The printed maximum below is the out-of-pocket maximum… Read More

Coronavirus Special Enrollment Dates and Deadlines

Some states have extended special enrollment due to coronavirus under ObamaCare. Here is a list of states with extended enrollment and coronavirus special enrollment dates and deadlines. As of March 22, 2020 the following 12 states have extended ObamaCare enrollment due to Coronavirus: California: June 30, 2020. Colorado: April 3, 2020. Connecticut: April 2, 2020. DC*  Deadline not… Read More

Out-of-Pocket Maximums and Deductible Limits For 2020

Each year the ACA sets new limits for out-of-pocket maximums and deductibles. Here are the limits for 2020 plans for individuals and families. For 2020, your out-of-pocket maximum can be no more than $8,150 for an individual plan and $16,300 for a family plan before marketplace subsidies. For 2020, your maximum deductible is the same… Read More

2014-2016 Special Instructions: Form 1095-A, 1095-B, 1095-C

TIP: In 2015 your 1095-A was due in the mail or online by February 2nd, 2015 (delayed in some cases until February – April or beyond). This was consistent in 2016 and also should be expected for forms sent in 2017 (likely with less delays). Non-marketplace 1095-B and 1095-C forms were sent for the first time in 2016 (these are… Read More

ObamaCare Facts Archive

The facts below are our original “ObamaCare facts” page. These ObamaCare facts will give you a sense of how things used to be and what has changed. See our up-to-date “ObamaCare” facts page here. It is easy to forget that time when women paid more than men for health insurance, or when you could be denied… Read More

How to Sign Up For TrumpCare

Everything You Need to Know About Enrolling in TrumpCare We explain how to sign up for TrumpCare and enroll in a TrumpCare plan (i.e., how to sign up for health insurance under President Trump). That means we’ll explain health insurance enrollment dates, how to get cost assistance, and other important information for getting covered under… Read More

Rand Paul Offers a Fix ObamaCare; What Do You Think About It?

Rand Paul, Senate Bill 222, Long-Term Contracts, and the AHCA Rand Paul, like many Americans, doesn’t love the TrumpCare/RyanCare that came out of the house. Here is what Rand Paul thinks about healthcare reform. In Paul’s Fox News article in which he promotes his Senate Bill 222, Sen. Rand Paul: Senate has chance to fix ObamaCare… Read More

The Difference Between ObamaCare and TrumpCare

TrumpCare vs. ObamaCare What is Different About the American Health Care Act / Better Care Reconciliation Act (TrumpCare) and the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare)? We explain the difference between ObamaCare and TrumpCare to show how TrumpCare (the American Health Care Act / Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017) and ObamaCare (the Affordable Care Act) are different. The goal of this… Read More

Ideologies and Tactics Related to Defunding ObamaCare

Defund ObamaCare: Why Take Power Away From Government? Why would so many people push to defund ObamaCare when Government programs like the ACA are created the average citizen? Programs and services like Medicaid, Social Security, ObamaCare, Unions, NPR, PBS, Education, etc. cost Big Business billions in taxes every year (taxes must be collected to pay for… Read More

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