In a new survey, most Americans say they know about the coming changes to health care, but many claim they don't care.
One self-employed writer learns that she's not the only one suddenly getting phone calls and the hard-sell from her insurance company before Obamacare exchanges debut.
If you'll be buying on the new Health Insurance Marketplace, you'll need to understand terms and trade-offs to choose from Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum plans.
The Affordable Care Act will have a giant impact on people with pre-existing conditions, young folks, and early retirees.
Many people will feel the financial burden, with an average per-person cost of at least $2,988 and tax credits limited to fewer than half of buyers.
Featuring a bizarre Uncle Sam figure, the commercials are coming under fire from liberals as debasing a national figurehead.
You're trading lower premiums for potentially huge out-of-pocket costs when you opt for a high-deductible plan. Here are 10 ways to work it to your best advantage.
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The rollout of the new national health care plan has been far from perfect, but some sectors may get an Obamacare bump.
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