Open Enrollment and the Affordable Care Act


Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated. Confucius

Working family caregivers often struggle balancing work and caregiving duties.  Many caregivers who work full-time worry, about losing their benefits because of the amount of time they have to take off of work because of their role as a family caregiver.

The Affordable Care Act when into effect in 2015 and much as been written about the pros and cons of the Affordable Care Act.  As an self employed individual myself, I am grateful for the Affordable Care Act as, like 90% of today’s American’s, I am fully covered.

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 I have not experienced some of the trials and stipulations that I read about in regards to the Affordable Care Act as I was able to stick with the same physician and my level of care has not changed one bit.  I know that is not the same for everyone!

Open enrollment is upon us and sometimes understanding the Affordable Care Act and  how it best works for  you is a daunting task.   Not today!   On this episode of Healing Ties, Independent Insurance Broker Sam Chalfant breaks down the Affordable Care Act in simplistic terms in preparation for open enrollment on November 1st.

Listen in and learn how Sam Chalfant is creating Healing Ties all around us!

Sam Chalfant is an Independent Insurance Broker in the state of Florida. Sam welcomes your call at 954.257.8788.  Visit Sam on line at Chalfant Insurance Services

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