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Affordable Care Act

October 10, 2014

While recent changes may well be good for the American public at large – and particularly those who would have otherwise been uninsured – recent changes in how healthcare is delivered to the masses have nonetheless had a curious affect on ultra-affluent families. 

Well before Obamacare became a political football, healthcare had been a hot button issue in America for decades. While recent changes may well be good for the American public at large – and particularly those who would have otherwise been uninsured – recent changes in how healthcare is delivered to the masses have nonetheless had a curious affect on ultra-affluent families. This has hit US families not only in terms of exposure to health insurance in their portfolios, but also in their ability to receive medical care of a quality that they desire.

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