It's just like rolling out an extremely large complex system, anywhere under anyone.
Yeah, that going down to city hall and taking 5 minutes to fill out a form.
Man, that's tough.
Frankly if starting a business is to hard for you, then there is no way in hell you have the fortitude to stay in busines
Are you sure you paid into the unemployment fund? Most self employed do not, even though they think they do.
If you did, then you should be eligible for unemployment.
You could also look into the "The Self-Employment Assistance Program "
Sure, blame the Nazis. AS we know on slashdot every president is the one responsible for everything that ever happened and if you try to explain that some things have long term impacts, you are branded an apologist.
False. Stop with the lies, or at least look up the info you are given from the news.
Do you think, that just maybe, the slump was cause from the economy? hmmm?
CBO estimates show that the federal government will bear nearly 93 percent of the costs of the Medicaid expansion over its first nine years (2014-2022). The federal government will pick up 100 percent of the cost of covering people made newly eligible for Medicaid for the first three years (2014-2016) and no less than 90 percent on a permanent basis.
Is her state refusing to expand medicaid?
A can't find any income level to low for subsidies, that don't get medicare.
I did my search based on a single person, 21 years old.
If she lives in a state that throwing a political fit at the cost of the poor, well.. I feel for her, but it isn't becasue of ACA.
I did 1000, 5000, 1000, 15000 and 20000. 5,10,15 medicare, 20 was subsidized.
Yep. I love it when those state whine about the feds, but refuse to actual cut fed money.
Complain about costs, and the feds, and ACA? fine, cut your monetary ties off from the feds or STFU.
In some places in the civilized world, they actual have Dr.s at the schools.
When I was young, the grade school I went to shared a Dr. with other grade schools, and the Dr. was at all football games.
Granted, this was in the early 70s, right at the end of the best public education America ever had.
At my children public school they a re allow to give out prescribed medication as per Dr. recommendation,. with some paper work from the parent and Dr. 2 pieces of paper, one with almost of times and a copy of the label, and the other one confirming times and saying they aren't liable for adverse reaction to the medication.
Based on my anecdotal experience(I'm not claiming it's date)
I suspect CA, will see a sharper increase in start ups, or people able to move to jobs they enjoy, will see the biggest increase.
I will be looking for start up work again, I will only be able to do that because of ACA.
My insurance under ACA will be 300 dollar cheaper then it was in 2003 to 2005 when I was self employed. And be deductible is 1/10 of what it was then.
Anecdotes is why I spend a lot of time pouring over the actual data. Most people complaining about a raise in insurance seem to assume their insurance wasn't going up any ways; which is false
" It's to keep you from going bankrupt if something serious happens."
sadly, regular Dr, Visit can be too much for some people, and then a routine issue becomes an emergence costing everyone more money, and possible death.
A) this cut the project insurance growth.
B) Its not socialism. I know, every libertarian and media tard likes to call it that, but it isn't.
"That's the very DEFINITION of Socialism, take from those that have and give to those that want."
That is not the definition socialism. Although I do see your problem. It's that you are stupid. Social programs do not necessarily equal socialism.
"What!? you don't want to buy insurance for other people?!"
You have been doing that you entire life. You do know that uninsured people cost tax payers well over 200 billion a year, right?
Other countries have shown that a socialism based health care system actually works well for everyone.
Single payer would be nice. I think we will get there. Sadly there are a lot of people who don't understand economies.
"I was getting with my expensive individual insurance policy a few years ago."
and you left consultancy to go to the corporate world...why? No one took away expensive individual insurance policies.
YOU CAN STILL BY INSURANCE ON THE OPEN MARKET.
And you get all the benefits from the insurance reform. So if your child develops a disease* you insurnace company can't jerk you around, and later in life you child won't be denied.
You should look at any increase costs and compare them to pre-Obama insurance rate increase projections. You insurance were already going to go up, probably a lot better ACA
"Before we continue, please tell me that you already signed up and paid for your ACA policy, and love what it does for you."
That is logically fallacious. It has nothing to do with the argument. Especially considering you can still buy on the open market.
ACA says you need to have insurance the meets certain min. qualification.
That said, because of the ACA, I will be leaving my government job and starting my own small software company at the beginning of the fiscal year. I can do this because of ACA.
(and dodging the self-employment tax)
there is no such thing. What you are doing is having a corporation pay half of the tax. It's the same amount regardless.
*As a father, I certainly hope that doesn't happen to you becasue I know how hard it is.
hopefully it will have happened 12,000 years ago, tomorrow