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Obamacare Update—The Good, Bad, and Ugly, Part II

Since January 1, 2014, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been law of the land. It’s drastically changed the way people get individual health insurance. And it’s important as ever to stay informed about the law and how it will continue to impact you as an insured, dentist, employer and Texan.

By Eric Tiedtke, CFP; TDA Financial Services Insurance Program

In this article, I'll lay out the good, bad, and ugly concerning ACA. The Good: As of January 1, 2014, regardless of any medical condition or pre-existing condition, individuals can get health insurance. The same premium must be charged for all applicants of the same age and geographical location, without regard to gender or pre-existing conditions (excluding tobacco use). [Download the full article or the podcast version below.]

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