Oct. 1 marked the first anniversary of open enrollment under Obamacare. While this year’s open enrollment period does not begin until Nov. 15, many news sources are already predicting more challenges for the healthcare law.
On Tuesday, Forbes released a report noting a typical family of four would see health costs increase by $7,450 due to Obamacare, contradictory to President Obama’s 2008 promise that the ACA would lower premiums by $2,500 for a typical family per year.
As the second year of open enrollment for Healthcare.gov is set to begin November 15, 2014, businesses are trying to figure out the best way to mitigate costs. Here’s an update on the current healthcare situation.
A government website aimed at making federal expenditures more transparent is missing at least $619 billion from 302 programs.
A large part of Social Security that provides federal assistance to disabled people will be insolvent in two years. The government’s solution? Move money from one bankrupt pot to another.