So you’re confused about the changes to the health care law? I get that question (or comment) a lot. I mean, a lot. In fact, when I say ‘a lot’ it could be a parking lot worth of questions. Truth is, no one knows how the changes, or non-changes will unfold.
It took 14 months to get the ACA to pass.
In perspective, here’s some scenarios on 14 months:
A 14 month old toddler can utter many words beyond “Mama” and “Dada” – although when you listen to Congress sometimes they sounds like baby babble!
A 14 month old in Utah learned to snowboard (try chasing THAT one down to change a diaper).
For 14 months, a Man was lost at sea and survived. (See? There’s hope for health care to survive as well) – although the man might have wanted to disappear.
We can only anticipate that it will take at least 14 months for any changes to happen. What I can tell you for sure is that nothing has changed yet – as far as the law goes. The individual mandate and employer mandate are still alive and well (maybe not ‘well’ – but they’re still intact).
As changes happen, rest assured that the folks at ACS Insurance will keep you updated.
Until next month,
“Silly people, serious about insurance.”
Who also has changed – my last name! Got married 8/26/17!!