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You may have heard about the insurance-premium “sticker shock” that some say is coming in January 2014, when all Americans will be required to carry some sort of health insurance, according to the Affordable Care Act (ACA; aka Obamacare). But some reassuring news came out last week from FamiliesUSA, a health advocacy group, showing that the majority of people who can receive tax credits to help offset the cost of their new premiums under the law are between the ages of 18 to 34. If that’s you, you should be feeling some relief—both that you’ll have insurance (if you don’t already) and that it isn’t going to be at some crazy-high rate you can’t afford.

More good news came out last week from the Kaiser Family Foundation too: The group put out briefs on programs being set up by every state to help people figure out which coverage is best for them. In short, these should help demystify the whole process of getting enrolled under Obamacare.

You may have heard about the insurance-premium “sticker shock” that some say is coming in January 2014, when all Americans will be required to carry some sort of health insurance, according to the Affordable Care Act (ACA; aka Obamacare). But some reassuring news came out last week from FamiliesUSA, a health advocacy group, showing that the majority of people who can receive tax credits to help offset the cost of their new premiums under the law are between the ages of 18 to 34. If that’s you, you should be feeling some relief—both that you’ll have insurance (if you don’t already) and that it isn’t going to be at some crazy-high rate you can’t afford.

More good news came out last week from the Kaiser Family Foundation too: The group put out briefs on programs being set up by every state to help people figure out which coverage is best for them. In short, these should help demystify the whole process of getting enrolled under Obamacare.

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