The White House announced last night that employers with fewer than 100 workers do not need to provide health insurance until 2016 under the Affordable Healthcare Act.
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) reported in Aug. 2010 that Obamacare would increase joblessness. But a new report shows the CBO greatly underestimated both how many jobs would be lost and the reason behind losing them.
That the Affordable Care Act has so far fallen well short of its primary goal of providing coverage for most of the nation’s 48 million uninsured has become increasingly clear as the sign-up data has trickled out.
Today (Friday), the U.S. House of Representatives passed an “Obamacare cybersecurity bill” that helps protect people from the gaping security hole that is the Obamacare website.
Happy New Year from the U.S. government. Now, empty your pockets. We have to give your money to someone else.
Eleven state attorneys general are crying foul, calling U.S. President Barack Obama’s unilateral Obamacare changes unconstitutional since he is bypassing congressional approval.
Monday, the Obama administration extended the Obamacare deadline to sign up for coverage by one day. Consumers will have to enroll and pay in full by Christmas Eve to have insurance when coverage begins on New Year’s Day, or else face a fine.
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has been touting a “modest” $394 million price tag for the flailing Obamacare website, but the truth is that the Obama administration has awarded contracts totaling over $1 billion in U.S. taxpayer dollars, a Bloomberg Government Analysis (BGOV) found.
Some of the most unpopular policies often create tremendous opportunities. Take the Affordable Care Act for example. While the public is complaining bitterly about this legislation, some investors will be (or already have been) profiting handsomel…
Even if Obamacare hasn’t altered your insurance coverage, it will affect your taxes.
The new healthcare law brings the largest set of tax law changes this country has seen in more than 20 years.
According to the Government Accountability Office, the IRS must implement a total 47 statutory provisions under Obamacare. And Obamacare’s $1 trillion in total tax increases will hit drug companies, Health Savings Accounts, health insurers, employer-based health insurance, and more.
The administration says these taxes are absolutely essential to fund Obamacare.