November 2, 2013

Young people, the key to Obamacare, ponder whether to enroll

Young adults might not view the Affordable Care Act with the same enthusiasm as, say, the latest phone. What if they don’t sign up? By all accounts, including government math, the 18-to-35 demographic is key to the success or failure of the ACA, commonly known as Obamacare. The young, after all, are the sort of customers insurance companies need because they’re less likely to make claims on their policies.

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