Will Obamacare Allow Me To Still Get Catastrophic Health Insurance?

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The options to obtain health insurance will be to get it through your employer, buy an insurance plan through your state (state exchange), get enrolled in your state’s Medicaid program (if you are below poverty line or unemployed) or face the penalty of being uninsured. If you are an older citizen, you may be eligible for Medicare. If you are 30 and under however, you have two other options: stay on your parent’s health insurance plan until you are 26 or buy a catastrophic health insurance plan.

Catastrophic Health Insurance plans have been designed to help during emergencies; such as: accidents, serious illnesses, and hospitalizations. These plans usually do not cover regular doctor’s checkups or presc

Beginning in 2014, the Affordable Care Act or typically referred to as Obamacare, will require that all United States citizens obtain health insurance or face a tax penalty.

ription medicines. In general, catastrophic insurance premiums tend to cost less than other types of health insurance plans, but the yearly deductibles are usually higher. In other words, you will have to pay the first several thousand dollars out of pocket, then the insurance company will help pay for remaining medical bills.

In general, this coverage has proved to be a decent option for young healthy people, but beginning in 2014 you will only be able to buy these plans if you are younger than 30 years old. This is mandated by Obamacare. This catastrophic plan will include three annual visits to the doctor, as well as some prevention benefits. The exact price on this plan is still pending, since it will be state specific.

This is one of many big changes coming up regarding our health care system!  Until 2014, you still have the option of catastrophic health insurance or a high deductible health plan regardless of your age. 

You may not have the option of catastrophic insurance next year, but you do now.   Go to your state run or federally run insurance marketplace frequently called Exchanges.  Find out what the cost will be for you.  Also, compare the costs with privately owned insurance companies found online or in your community. 

 

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Understand the Difference between Private and Public Insurance Marketplaces In 2014

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The enrollment period for Obamacare is here however, many technical difficulties have occurred when Americans tried to sign up.  It is important for you to understand how it is going to work for you.

Are You Eligible for Financial Assistance?

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) allows eligible consumers the potential of receiving financial assistance if the household income is lower than 400% of the poverty level. This financial assistance will come in the form of a tax credit or subsidy and it will be available for consumers to use to get qualified health plans that are available in the state or federal marketplace . In ord er to find out if you are eligible or not, you are going to have to complete an application provided by the federal government.

Steps to Accessing Plans and Applying for Subsidies

To access the plans that are ACA mandated you will be able to do so through the online public marketplaces or exchanges. In the exchanges, you will be able to compare prices and apply for subsides.

Private companies will have their own private marketplaces set up for consumers. They may have the same plans that are available in the public marketplaces yet they may have additional “off-exchange” health policies available. The private marketplaces are referred to as “web-based-entities”, WBE. WBEs have been around for quite some time in the individual health insurance market. They will have various prices and they will meet the ACA’s guidelines.

How Questions and Concerns Will Be Handed

Regardless, of whether you deal with the public marketplace or the private marketplace there will be assistance available to help you with any questions or concerns that you may have. The federal marketplace (government run marketplaces) will have trained representatives available to help you throughout the process. However, they may or may not be licensed health insurance agents. So, they may not be able to provide you specific advice as to the benefits of the various policies.

If you use one of the private marketplaces (private companies) you will have the added benefit of being able to have a trained and licensed health insurance agent assist you throughout the entire process.

There is going to be a large amount of information going out to consumers relating to open enrollment and health insurance. It is important for you to know your options way ahead of time so it will not be as overwhelming. Your choice will come down to whom you think will offer you the best price and ease of application:  the federal/state government’s marketplace or the private companies’ marketplace.  

So go to a health insurance eligibility calculator website and check out costs and tax credits available and then compare it to an online insurance quote.  See which insurance quote will work the best for you.

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Obamacare and Tax Credits

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Under Obamacare, most Americans will be required to have health insurance in 2014.  Lawmakers have provided us with both the “carrot and the stick” incentive to motivate uninsured Americans to obtain health insurance.  The “carrot” will be financial assistance in the form of tax credits or subsidies for low and middle income people to buy their insurance.  The “stick” will be tax penalties if they do not comply with this new law.

State Exchanges

Many individuals and families will be able to buy health insurance through their state exchange.  These new state exchanges will be an insurance marketplace where Americans can go and shop for insurance that has met high quality standards.  It will be a user-friendly, online site where insurance companies will compete for your business.  The idea is to simplify the decision making process.

Many consumers will be afforded tax credits or a reduced price for shopping on the state exchanges for their insurance.  These tax credits or subsidies will be administered through the tax code.  Eligibility will be based on your income.  Low and middle income families will be able to purchase health insurance at reduced rates once the tax credit or subsidy is factored in.

How does this work?

States across the union are working on this right now.  Some states have elected to develop their own unique system; other states have chosen to adopt the state exchange system the federal government develops.  In theory, individuals will be able to review and purchase plans over the phone or through an online website. Consumers will be able to easily compare plans on price and quality.  Each insurance plan must have the same benefits at each coverage level, so it makes comparisons easier.  States will determine which and how many insurance companies will be in their state exchange program.  States will be able to negotiate prices and the levels of coverage for their residents.

Who is Eligible?

U.S. citizens and legal immigrants
Self-insured individuals and families
Individuals who have poor coverage with their present employers
Small businesses

Essential Health Benefits

All plans sold on the state exchanges will have to have the “essential health benefits” that has yet to be determined.  These benefits will most likely be a minimal level of coverage that is routine in many employer-based plans.

Each State will have a tiered level of coverage to offer and price accordingly.  The Bronze plan will offer the lowest level of coverage (60%) and cost; followed by Silver (70%), Gold (80%), and finally, by Platinum (90%).  There will also be a catastrophic plan available for adults under the age of 30.

Income eligible adults and families will receive government subsidies to buy their insurance.  How much?  People who are at 133% of the poverty line will get the most government subsidy and those at the higher 400% of the poverty line will get the least.  If you make more than this you will have access to the state exchange but will not receive government assistance.

Not only will the state exchanges help out by lowering the premiums of our lower income neighbors, but it will also lower the out -of -pocket expenses or deductibles.  The amount of money an individual or family must pay before insurance kicks in will be based on a sliding scale and where you are on the federal poverty level.

A Problem Around the Corner

Did you know that you may have to repay part of the subsidy if your income rises in 2014?  Enrollment started October, 2013 in each state.  Your application for insurance through the state exchange system will require you to project your 2014 income.  If you underestimate your 2014 earnings on this application you may have to pay back part of the subsidy or tax credit you received.

Why?  Once again, your subsidy is based on your income. The lower your income, the more of a tax credit you will receive to purchase your insurance.  As your income increases, your tax credit is reduced.  So if the state/federal government determines that they gave you too much of a tax credit, they will ask you to pay it back.  Millions of middle income families could face smaller tax refunds or surprise tax bills.

If you are presently uninsured, don’t wait until 2014 to get your insurance. You need insurance to cover at least your major hospital expenses should you get into an accident or come down with a serious illness.  Without health insurance, you could face potential bankruptcy trying to pay back those hospital expenses.  A    catastrophic health plan    could provide you with coverage you need from now until Obamacare begins next year.

 

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Obamacare and New Taxes

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The Affordable Care Act or Obamacare, had two main goals in its conception.  The primary goal was to get more Americans insured and have access to affordable health care.  Presently, about 16% of the U.S. population doesn’t have insurance. Obamacare will provide health insurance for many of these uninsured Americans through either Medicaid or through the state insurance exchanges with tax credits or subsidies.

Another noble goal of Obamacare was to bring down the costs of health care in our nation.  The President promised that health insurance premiums for a family would be $2500 lower by the end of his first term.  Instead premiums are about $3000 higher.  What happened?

What happens when the Affordable Care Act takes full effect in 2014?

According to a recent report from the Society of Actuaries, our health care costs will rise 32% by 2017. Actuaries measure and manage financial risk for insurance companies.  The Actuaries report estimates that 42 states could see double digit percentage increases in health care costs.

Secretary of Health and Human Services Secretary, Kathleen Sebelius, explained that cost increases were due to better insurance being offered as compared to catastrophic policies.  The actuaries report also didn’t factor in tax credits and Medicaid that will reduce premium costs for many people.

The driving forces behind these projected increases are two key elements of Obamacare.  The first regulation requires insurance companies to provide coverage to anyone who applies; in other words, no one can be turned down regardless of pre-existing conditions.  The other regulation prohibits insurance companies from charging individuals more due to their poor health status.

Cost of Obamacare

Obamacare is estimated to cost more than $1 trillion in the next decade.  How are we going to pay for this?  The Obama administration began by making cuts to Medicare, a program that helps our elderly.  Premiums will increase and some of us will pay more for insurance.  Also, Americans purchasing individual health insurance will be paying more than their fair share of the costs of this new health care law.

New Taxes with Obamacare

Another way to pay for this health care law is by taxing the American public.  A whole new set of proposed taxes have been conceived to finance this new health care program.  Here is the list:

1.  Hospital Insurance tax has increased from 2.90% to 3.80% on high income earners.  Employers contribute 1.45% and employees contribute 1.45% unless you are a high income earner.  If you make $200,000 as an individual or $250,000 as a couple, you will pay 2.35% of this tax equaling to a 3.80% increase.

2.  Medicare contribution tax of 3.8% for investment income for individuals making more than $200,000 a year and couples earning at least $250,000 a year.  Investments will include capital gains, interest, dividends, annuities, royalties and rents.

Most people will not be affected by this if selling their homes.  The surtax only applies to $500,000 (couples) and $250,000 (individuals) profit levels they gain from selling their homes.  This has to do with the capital gains exemption that President Clinton signed into law back in the 1990’s.

3.  Pharmaceutical and health insurance industries will be paying new fees to fund ObamaCare over the next decade.

4.  Individuals who do not get the mandated health insurance will have to pay financial penalties.  Employers with over 50 employees, who do not offer health insurance, will face financial penalties.

5.  Beginning in 2018 an excise tax will be imposed on “Cadillac” health plans.  What is a “Cadillac” plan?  A plan that exceeds more than $10,200 in premiums for an individual and $27,500 in premiums for a family will be taxed at a rate of 40% above a threshold.

6.  There will be a tax penalty increase for non-allowable purchases made using tax deductible funds for HSA’s and FSA’s.  This penalty will go from 10% to 20%.

7.  Employers will be limited in making a tax-free contribution to an employee’s FSA.  In the past employers could make unlimited contributions to their flexible savings account. Now employers can only contribute up to $2500 a year.

8.  There is a new 2.3% excise tax on medical devices manufacturers or importers.

9.  Medical expense deductions on your taxes will increase from a 7.5% level to 10% level.

10. Tanning salons will have to pay a 10% tax on services rendered.

 

 

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Affordable Care Act and the Definition of Full Time Worker

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The Affordable Care Act, often referred to as Obamacare, continues to be a hot topic of debate.

The Republican Party remains the most outspoken when it comes to trying to eliminate the program altogether or with multiple proposed Affordable Care Act changes.  While this law was voted on back in 2010, the concern remains that Obamacare will spark a chain of events that will trickle down to the tax payer’s pockets.

Some members of Congress are working together offering some proposed changes to the Affordable Care Act.  They are Sen. Susan Collins of Maine and Democrat Sen. Joe Donnelly of Indiana.  They are working to adjust the definition of a “full time” employee to someone who works a full 40 hours per week instead of the current 30 hours per week.  This is probably why the President decided to delay this part of the Affordable Care Act for a year.

The Affordable Care Act proposed changes will try to address the concern that employers will reduce their employees working 30+ hours a week down to 29 hours or less, to avoid the requirement.  The concern remains that to avoid these fees more employers will look for ways around this penalty and that the ways around it will cause a loss of hours and money for American workers. 

An employee that is currently considered part-time working an average of 35 hours per week may see their hours get cut to 29 hours per week to ensure they do not qualify as full time.  While this may not sound like much it results in a loss of $60 per week for someone who makes $10 an hour and over $3,000 in lost wages annually.

Some mandates of the Affordable Care Act such as the requirement that all companies with a staff of 50 or more full-time employees must provide coverage has been delayed. The White House announced on July 2, 2014 that they are postponing this mandate until January, 2015. Although the majority of big businesses provide health coverage already, this requirement will have the most effect on restaurants, retail stores, and major hotels that hire low wage earners.

The Donnelly-Collins Affordable Care Act proposed changes aim to give Americans back their lost work hours and to significantly reduce the number of businesses that are subject to the ACA penalties.

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Catastrophic Health Insurance and Obamacare

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Younger adults are already hurting from the aftermath of the recession and not seeing any light at the end of that very dark tunnel. They are paying record high interests on the student loans and the job market is almost flat. Now, adding to this dismal picture comes Obamacare, i.e. Affordable Care Act roaring down on them.

Obamacare is going to pummel those Americans ranging from their 20s to their 30s with absolutely no warnings being offered by the media. The media seems to be playing down the significant impact of this law; that is that it will end up costing everyone more.

The term "affordable" of the Affordable Care Act is, unto itself, a far cry from the truth. A 30 year old man/woman could purchase a   catastrophic health insurance policy   for approximately $54 per month depending on where you live.

Well, according to the White House under the Affordable Care Act, the very lowest plan will cost that person three times more, ringing in around $181 per month. That is an increase of well over 235%. Now, should this individual go for the very cheapest, stripped down plan, he/she will be paying about $135 per month. That is well over two times what he/she is presently paying for insurance.

The Dept. of Health and Human Services took an example of a 27 year old making $25,000 a year. They concluded this person would pay approximately $145 in order to receive the second cheapest health plan (silver) or $83 for the cheapest plan (bronze). Other organizations and various blogs are stating that these plans are going to come with a very heavy price tag of a $5,000 deductible and adding on top of that, a $6,350 out of pocket maximum!

The average young adult with medical issues will be paying out 30% of his or her income.

Now let's look at that dirty little hidden secret that no one wants the public to know:

The Affordable Care Act will move some of the cost over to the government. The government, in turn, must pay out to individual subsidies or tax credits and Medicaid.

One of the three following scenarios will happen:

1. The government will have to go on another borrowing spree, forcing the average worker to pay taxes for the rest of their working lives in order to pay for the subsidies paid out in 2014.

2. Americans are going to pay much higher taxes.

3. The government will cut costs elsewhere, including education, homeland security, the environment, infrastructure (i.e. roads and bridges), our national defense, etc. All this in order to cover subsidies paid in 2014. In a nutshell that equates to fewer jobs and lower salaries.

Ok, so here it is 2013's premiums vs. 2014's premiums + more deductibles + co-payments, higher taxes and cutbacks in government services.

There will definitely be an enormous burden placed on Americans under this Obamacare mess. Everyone is going to find out their little health care plan will be offering a lot less and networks will be reduced equating to less doctors and less hospitals.

These new generations of adult workers are going to be staring down that very dark tunnel and realize there is no light at the other end. Unlike their parents' healthcare of 40 or 50 years ago, Obamacare will only make their lives even bleaker.

Those in-the-know are sugar-coating the facts and not being honest in regards to just what future Americans are going to be spending in order to appease Obama's little nightmare health insurance scheme.

Options

There is an alternative to going to your state’s insurance exchange for health insurance. You can go to the  open marketplace online  or visit a local insurance agent.

You may be surprised that cost is lower than what you might find on the exchange. It always pays to shop and compare prices. Also, online insurance sites have been doing business online for years and do not have the same technical problems that the federal insurance exchanges have.

 

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TurboTax Tax CalculatorTurboTax tax calculators are available online and you can use them for free! You don’t even need to create an account. You don’t need to be knowledgeable about taxes or tax laws.

The tax calculator is quick and easy to use. If you’re expecting a tax refund you probably want to know how big your tax refund will be right?
Maybe you’re trying to plan for a vacation, perhaps some shopping, or you may have plans to pay off credit card debt.

Tax planning and financial planning are very important aspects of keeping your life in order. TurboTax understands quality financial planning and has provided a free tax calculator to help your estimate your income tax return.

TurboTax tax calculators ask simple questions in plain English. As you enter your answers your tax refund will display right in the screen to show you how big your tax refund will be. If you should decide to prepare and file your taxes with TurboTax you are guaranteed the biggest tax refund possible!

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TurboTax Home and Business

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TurboTax Home & Business 2011Are you searching for more information about TurboTax Home & Business? There are several versions of TurboTax software and choosing the correct edition for you is simple and easy just like using the tax software. Please visit the TurboTax Home & Business page to learn more about all of the benefits of this tax software edition.

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TurboTax Premier 2011Would you like to know more about TurboTax Premier? TurboTax offers several different versions of their award winning tax software. So, how do you know which tax edition is right for you? You can get details about the Premier edition by visiting our TurboTax Premier page.

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TurboTax Basic

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