Quotebroker jointly hosting Santa Clarita Chamber of Commerce’s “2016 ACA Regulation and Employment Law Update”

On October 14, 2015 Quotebroker is proud to co-host the Santa Clarita Chamber’s 2016 update on ACA regulations and employment law.  Together with Brian Koegle of Poole and Shaffery, LLP and Matteo Dinolfo, MD, medical director at UCLA Health, Quotebroker will present: The latest ACA regulations, administrative guidelines and penalties Healthcare system reforms 2015/16 employment law update, including minimum wage changes and potential effects on... Read Article

Obamacare enrollment numbers are in- but what do they mean?

Obamacare enrollment numbers are in- but what do they mean? The Obama administration has released a report detailing the enrollment numbers from the first enrollment period.  Note that these numbers are still incomplete, as final enrollments were still trickling in from the two week grace period given to consumers who had difficulty enrolling before March 31, 2014.  The big number that has been bandied about... Read Article

California will not allow President Obama’s Obamacare “fix” – Health plans scheduled to cancel as anticipated

Despite the president’s wishes to the contrary, California yesterday rejected his plan to allow individuals to keep their current health plans through 2014.   In a press release, insurance commissioner Dave Jones expressed disappointment in the state health care exchange, CoveredCA, not allowing this provision to go through: Over a millionCalifornians have received cancellation notices from their health insurer. On behalf of these policyholders I... Read Article

President Obama allows individuals to keep their insurance plans through 2014

November 14, 2013– This morning, President Obama made an important announcement allowing individuals to keep their current healthcare policy in 2014, even if they do not meet the Affordable Care Act standards of coverage. The bigger issue is how California will respond.  The State of California DOI Commissioner, California Exchange (Covered California) and Companies offering coverage will need to decide whether or not to follow... Read Article

Obamacare’s “Wedding Tax” and the Perks of Cohabitation

Wedding days are typically one of the happiest days of a couple’s new life together, and also one of the costliest.  Under the Affordable Care Act, they are about to get a whole lot costlier. While millions of families will benefit from Obamacare’s Premium Subsidy program, a little-publicized feature of the law will adversely affect married couples.  How could a government program to hand out... Read Article