Exclusive Interview: Protecting Yourself from the Worst of Obamacare

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Even its staunchest supporters are beginning to worry it's a "train wreck."

But the truth is there's no fixing it now. 

In less than five months, on Oct. 1, the Affordable Care Act's insurance exchanges will go live online. Soon for millions of Americans, Obamacare will become a reality.

But are you prepared for the changes Obamacare promises to bring? Or are you still completely in the dark?

If you are anything like the majority of Americans, you likely have no idea about the changes your "new healthcare" will bring.

This issue is so important and misunderstood we had our own Frank H. Marchant, Money Morning TV's Chief Correspondent Anchor, interview one of the country's foremost experts on the Affordable Care Act.

Her name is Betsy McCaughey Ph.D. And unlike the politicians who put this bill together, she has actually read the entire thing-all 10,000-plus pages.

She is the author of the book: Beating Obamacare: Your Handbook for the New Healthcare Law.

In our exclusive interview below you'll learn:

  • Why you need to act now-especially if you're middle aged and don't have a doctor.
  • How you could be one of the millions about to lose their on-the-job coverage,
  • And how to get through the next 18 months without getting clobbered by penalties you didn't know existed.

Of course, there's much more to it than that. In fact, the dangers are likely greater than you realize, so feel free to forward this to anyone you think this information may help. 

Also, if you have any questions you'd like Ms. McCaughey to address in a future interview, please leave them in the comments below.



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About the Author

Steve Christ is the Executive Editor for Money Morning. Steve first started trading stocks in the wake of the 1987 market crash - and was immediately hooked. In 2006, he launched his career in the financial press with a prescient call that home prices would fall 30% and hundreds of banks would fail. Before taking over Money Morning, he was the founding editor of The Wealth Advisory, an income newsletter. Today Steve specializes in the housing market and has appeared on radio and TV programs across the country. He resides in his hometown of Baltimore, Md., with his wife and three children.

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