How does the Affordable Care Act, or ACA, affect you? In addition to giving millions of previously uninsured people access to health care, the ACA changed how employers and consumers buy health insurance, the types of plans that are available and much more. It’s complex, and since it was passed in 2010, a series of provisions have gone into effect.
Whether you buy insurance on your own or through your employer, much has changed. Here are some simple, concise explanations of how the ACA affects individuals, small employers and large employers today.
The ACA: What to expect in 2014 and Beyond
The ACA: Impact to Individuals in 2014 and Beyond
The ACA: Impact to Small Employers in 2014 and Beyond
The ACA: Impact to Large Employers in 2014 and Beyond
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