Michigan Health Insurance-Obamacare: Frost and Remer Discloses Future

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Flat Rock, Michigan – The future of Michigan health insurance, and primarily, health, have high hopes to be sustained, reveals the local company Frost and Remer Insurance on their thoughts on Obamacare. Obamacare, slang for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, has recently been ruled positively by the Supreme Court after a long series of trial, resulting in 5-4 votes in favor of the mandate.

Michigan Health Insurance will be affected by the Obamacare Plan

However, this law has been consistently opposed, whereas many are concerned with the fact that this law allows the Federal government to take control over personal health care benefits and decision, making it unconstitutional.

 

However, Frost and Remer Insurance (http://www.InsuranceByFrost.com) looks at the law with another perspective, highlighting the many advantageous impacts this mandate can provide especially to those who needs affordable health care. In truth, the Obamacare act was created to reduce the costs of the overall health care, making it available to the more than 30 million Americans who cannot meet the expense.  With this law, the local Michigan health insurance will be subsidized, with the government paying the state to include impoverished citizens to Medicaid.

 

On the other hand, those who will not qualify as working poor will receive tax credits. This will help middle-range citizens to shop for their private health insurance. Obamacare also includes clauses which instruct insurance companies not to deny children coverage even with pre-existing conditions. This is good news for a family, as parents are allowed to place their children, up to the age of 26, on their Michigan health insurance plan.

 

Those who already have their health insurance Michigan will keep it; this portion will not change under the law. There are also some exemptions under this new health care act, as this will not be applied to small and micro businesses with under 50 employees. Larger companies on the other hand, are required to enlist health insurance plans for their employees. Their benefits however, include tax credits.

 

While a new law will always cause a stir on everyone’s part, understanding the details in print will definitely make one appreciate its benefits. Insurance by Frost supports the improvement of Michigan health insurance under Obamacare which will start in 2014. With the purpose to be united  with the nation in creating affordable health insurance, they are offering their practical health plans in http://insurancebyfrost.com/health-insurance/.

 

About Frost, Remer, and Mercure Financial Services, Inc.: Established In 1989 as an independent insurance agency serving the states Michigan, Ohio, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin with their primary focus on Southeast Michigan and Northern Ohio.

 

Their mission is to provide reliable insurance advice, quality service and honest claims advocacy at affordable pricing for individual, business and farm owners insurance needs by placing their clients’ insurance policies with insurance company partners that are well respected within the industry and are financially sound.


For more information about how they can help provide the right financial protection for you, visit http://www.InsuranceByFrost.com.



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