Now that most of the Affordable Care Act has gone into effect, you may be wondering what that means for you. The answer depends a lot on your personal situation.
Whether you are still uninsured, enrolled in health insurance for the first time this year or you already had coverage, the law includes changes that apply to you. To find out how the law affects you, choose the situation that applies to you:
The Affordable Care Act affects people differently, depending on their personal situation. For example, someone who is 25 years old or younger can now choose to stay on their parents' health insurance. Meanwhile, senior citizens are seeing changes in Medicare. It's important for you to understand exactly how the law affects you.
If you identify with one or more of the following statements, the law has rules that apply specifically to you:
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