Monthly Archives: January 2015

King v. Burwell – the lobbying has begun






If agents didn’t have such a vested interest in the King v. Burwell case, it would make for great theater. While the justices are supposed to look at the facts in the case and decide whether Congress intended for the … Continue reading






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The Open Enrollment Period could be changing again






Three years, three different enrollment periods. At least that’s the plan – as we all know, plans are always subject to change. The AP is reporting that regulators have proposed that the open enrollment period for 2016 start October 1st … Continue reading






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What will the Supreme Court decide?






In a little over a month, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in the King v. Burwell case, and then sometime this summer we should find out if government subsidies are in fact legal in states using the Federally Facilitated … Continue reading






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Health Reform Barely Mentioned in State of the Union






In last night’s State of the Union speech, President Obama pointed out the successes over the past six years, said we’re not done yet, and laid out a bold agenda for the next two years. When speaking about health reform, … Continue reading






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Tax Season Raises ACA Awareness






For the past five years now, millions of Americans have remained blissfully unaware of many of the provisions of the Affordable Care Act. In October, a number of articles highlighted the fact that a lot of people did not know … Continue reading






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Save American Workers Act Would Increase Individual Sales






Shortly after being sworn into office, the new Congress was hard at work on a bill that would change the definition of “full-time employee” from 30 hours to 40 hours per week. Supporters of the bill argue that it will … Continue reading






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