Affordable Care Act Falls Short Due to Tax Mix-up and Limited Service Offerings

Posted: Feb 26, 2015 2:16 AM ESTUpdated: Feb 26, 2015 2:52 PM EST This article was originally distributed via SproutNews. SproutNews, WorldNow and this Site make no warranties or representations in connection therewith.Shortcomings with Obamacare and tax errors cause others to ponder the viable alternatives that are available. Los Angeles, CA – February 26, 2015 /MM-LC/ — A mere days after President Obama announced this month that 11.4 million people enrolled or renewed their registration under the Affordable Care Act, the Obama administration suffered serious setbacks, causing frustration for many with the program. On February 20th of this month, it was revealed that 800,000 HealthCare.gov customers received incorrect tax information from the government, which will result in delayed tax filings and possible penalties for many. According to a Huffington Post report, “another 50,000 or so who already filed may have to resubmit their returns.” A recent CBS study further states that the program could undergo further changes where potentially millions of registrants could lose their subsidies. Since the program’s inception in 2010, the path to universal healthcare has been rocky, with various issues including website difficulties, technical glitches, confusing plans, and expensive premiums, to name a few. Senator Rand Paul, among the many critics of the law states that, “what’s going to come out of Obamacare is worse than anybody can imagine.” The highly visible flaws with the system have caused many to ponder what alternatives are available, especially for those who prefer alternative healthcare methods, where the Affordable Care Act falls short. At the current time, the Affordable Care Act is said to cover only “essential health benefits” which some critics...