A new eBook just published cuts through the chaff and tells you what you need to know to beginning planning for the Health Care Education and Reconciliation Act of 2010.
Health care reform is again in the news in recent weeks, since September 23 was the starting date for some of its key provisions. Given its incredible complexity, many people don’t understand the health care law. This new iBook can help you get to the bottom line of many of these issues.
These are some of the questions you, like many others, may have about this new law:
- Are my health insurance costs going to go up or down?
- How will getting reimbursement for preventive care change?
- If everyone is required to have health insurance, what happens if I can’t afford the premiums?
- Will Medicare coverage and costs change?
- Do I need to budget more or less for health care in retirement?
- As a small business owner, must I provide health care for my employees? If so, how can I afford it?
Perhaps the most important question is: Where can I find some answers?
We have been researching the Act—a task with all the thrills of sitting down with the Internal Revenue Code for an evening of light reading—and have put together an eBook summarizing it.
The Conscious Finance Guide to Health Care Reform and Your Financial Health provides answers to some of the questions about the Health Care Act. It focuses on the financial consequences of health care reform, offering some financial planning strategies for coping with the impact of this significant piece of legislation.
Because the Guide to Health Care Reform is only available as an eBook, we will be able to update it regularly with new information. It is available through Amazon.com for $2.99. You can learn more or download a copy here.