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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

BOOK REVIEW: "The ObamaCare Survival Guide"


ObamaCare refers to President Obama's new health care reform, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The new law will affect all Americans, but very few people have a clear understanding of what it's all about and how it will affect them. In fact, 42 percent of Americans are still unaware of the new law.

There is an easy way to understand ObamaCare

The law itself is over 2,700 pages long. No one can absorb or even read an extensive document like this, nor are they expected to. There is an easier way to understand the new law, a new book on the market called The ObamaCare Survival Guide. The book was written by award-winning journalist Nick J. Tate who is an experienced writer covering topics about health, business, technology, finance and consumer affairs.

It explains in simple terms what the Affordable Care Act means for you and your health care. Many questions that Americans have about ObamaCare are answered in the book. Answers to questions regarding the impact on both insured and uninsured, the cost, what Americans need to do under the new law, what kind of insurance will be offered, and how ObamaCare will impact Medicare are all answered in plain language in the new book.

What Others Are Saying

After reviewing the book, The Washington Times stated that it the book provides a clear explanation of ObamaCare and presents both the positive and negative aspects of the new law. Also, more than 800 people on Amazon.com review the book and gave it 4.5 out of 5 stars. The book can be purchased at most book stores, Walmart, and on Amazon.com (www.amazon.com/ObamaCare-Survival-Guide-ebook/dp/B009HLPCJ2/).
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