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Health Care Reform
by Patricia Barry, From the AARP Bulletin Print Edition, May 1, 2010
If you are self-employed or working in a small business, buying insurance for yourself and your family, you are among those that the new law helps the most. More
You will not be forced into a “government” plan. But you will have new protections and options, and other changes might affect you. More
About 80 percent of American businesses employ fewer than 10 workers, and less than half of these firms offer health insurance. More
No one knows yet how much private health plans will charge to cover people who purchase policies through the state insurance exchange. More
The new health reform law wrings $390 billion in savings from Medicare over the next decade to help pay for health care reforms. More
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