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Health Insurance and the Affordable Care Act: What 2019 Holds for Freelancers

FREE Webinar, Presented by Gregory Hankins.

Originally aired December, 2018.

A few days after this webinar aired, a judge ruled that the ACA is unconstitutional, since the Tax Cut and Jobs Act repealed the individual mandate. However, health insurance coverage and Medicaid expansion under the ACA are unlikely to be affected in 2019.  The ACA is expected to remain in place while the decision is appealed, a process which could take several months if not over a year. However, uncertainty caused by the decision may cause rates to rise for 2020.

This webinar predates that ruling, but the information presented is valid for 2019.

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More About This Webinar or Presenter

In this FREE informational webinar, Gregory Hankins of Retirement Aspirations will answer basic questions about the Affordable Care Act:

  • Why do residents of some states need to buy health insurance from HealthCare.gov, and residents of others buy from their state’s website?
  • Why are insurance rates so much higher in some states?
  • What happens if you miss the deadline to enroll in health insurance?
  • What will happen with premiums in 2019?
  • How does the change in House leadership affect the forecast for the ACA?

About Our Presenter:

Gregory Hankins is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Retirement Aspirations, established in October 2006. Hankins brings more than a decade of global outsourcing, operations, and strategic consulting experience in Human Resources and Benefits Administration services to his clients and partners.

“I started Retirement Aspirations because there is a huge demand, especially in mid-sized companies, for Human Resource and Benefits Administration support,” says Hankins.

A proven leader with a solid reputation as a strategic, decisive, and client-focused professional, Hankins is known for tackling tough issues, driving high performance and achieving results, specifically in on and off shore benefits administration markets.

Prior to launching Retirement Aspirations, Hankins served as Global Operations Manager of Mellon Financial, where he pioneered HR operations, designed highly-effective staff training programs and lead highly skilled, cross-functional teams in the design, development and launch of leading-edge solutions and HR processes for Fortune 500 clients.He spent more than a decade in various management positions with PriceWaterhouseCoopers, managing client relations and quality in their service centers. Hankins also held senior positions at Kwasha Lipton where he served as Senior Benefits Representative for the Bank of America.

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