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Answered: If they are really spending 760 million to 1 ...

In order for the OP's "2 Million per citizen" to be true it would mean the population of the U.S.A was 500. I have more than that in my apartment complex for cripes sakes!!

Answered: How will the affordable care act affect me if I earn under $30K a year

Obamacare does not help you in any way. It created a monstrous new beaurocracy, denies you patient confidentiality of your medical records, and denies you your choice of providers. Worse than that, Obamacare is only "override" coverage that becomes effective only after you have exhausted your ...

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Regulatory checks, accountability and governance standards have been given importance in the new Companies Act 2013 . You can check with ey.com/in one of the leading financial advisory companies in India.

Answered: Why can i not be treated out of state?

If the state is paying for your medical care, they can insist that you be cared for in the state.

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I suggest that you use mail.aol.com to go directly to mail.

Answered: What are the pros and cons of the affordable health act?

The people who authored it and shoved it thru congress are certainly pros that con people.
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Is there a difference in long term care cost by state?

Yes, there is. New York and Connecticut are some of the States that have really expensive long-term care costs. So, if you're considering to buy long-term care insurance, you may want to be open to the option of moving to a less expensive city and receive your care there. It would be best to work ...

Why is the affordable care act a tax

The government been taxing you then create loopholes for good behavior for decades so people end up not paying the tax I guess.