A new white paper shows some ways the American workforce is already feeling the impact of the Affordable Care Act.
There's a lot of confusion around what's going to happen under Obamacare. Where can you go for accurate (and non-partisan) information? Start here.
Less than two weeks before going live, the federal government's health care exchange is miscalculating prices.
Under Obamacare, parents could keep their adult children on their plan until they were 26. But next year those 20-somethings can get their own plan. What then? It's complicated.
Among them are one-quarter of the poor, but Obamacare could bring relief to 14 million people with no coverage today.
The city wants to replace current health care benefits for some former workers with a stipend to help them buy insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
The average American spends nearly $760 a year on prescription medications. This may or may not change under Obamacare, but you can start saving money now with these 10 tips.
Even though a recent RAND Corp. study found little improvement at the bottom line, most employers now seem to embrace the idea that healthy workers are better workers.
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