Affordable Healthcare Act Penalties is pleased to support the American tax payer. The Affordable Care Act is negatively impacting small business, individuals, and the hard working middle class tax payer. Small business and individuals can educate themselves on our site and understand the implications of the healthcare law as it is implemented.
The Affordable Care Act is failing. The impact on small business, health care, and the insurance industry will impact millions of Americans. Hard working Americans will find themselves with increased insurance premiums, fewer options for health insurance coverage, and increased taxes to pay for a poorly written and implemented health care law. Deceived by the government, many hard working Americans still do not know what is happening.
Revised estimates show 8 million Americans will loose employer sponsored health benefits which is more than double original estimates of the Act. The estimated impact on the deficit is 1.3 trillion dollars by 2023 up billions than previously estimated. States have opted not to run their own insurance exchanges. States have opted not to expand Medicaid. The Affordable Care Act simply hasn’t gone as planned and reading our information will explain why. As the implementation continues to fail, the American tax payer will be stuck with the bill.
Our website is more than information. It is written by hard working middle class families who work for small business. We have educated ourselves and we’re concerned. We have worked hard to educate others as we believe everyone needs to know what is happening, and how they will be impacted without researching the complex health care law that still leaves so much to be decided. We offer a digestible version of information with the view of the middle class that Americans can utilize as a resource to stay up to date as details within provisions of the Affordable Care Act are released.
http://affordablehealthcareactpenalties.com is the nations leading voice of the impact the Affordable Care Act will have on hard working American tax payers. Americans must educate themselves to understand what is going to happen in the next year. We wish to educate first, offer our opinions, and encourage others to form their own opinions. Only by educating each other and discussing the impact of the Affordable Care Act will the American tax payer have a voice in the implementation. The health care law is the law of the land, but Americans can still decrease the negative impact of the implementation by educating themselves and voicing their opinions.