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Post Traumatic Stress | Counselor Kim Smith Explains

SUMMARY: Kim Smith discusses post traumatic stress with Phillip Crum and Kathleen Mills. Episode #46 | Kim Smith | PTSD-Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Speakers: Kathleen Mills-Proprietor, Counselor at Life Tree Counseling Phillip Crum-The Content Marketing Coach Kim Smith-Life Tree Counseling

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Brian Cuban On Men’s Eating Disorders

SUMMARY: Brian Cuban talks with Phillip and Kathleen about eating disorders among men. Episode #43 | Brian Cuban-Eating Disorders Among Men Speakers: Kathleen Mills-Proprietor, Counselor at Life Tree Counseling Phillip Crum-The Content Marketing Coach Brian Cuban-Author Phillip Crum: We’ll just

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Parenting And ADHD With Pat Murray And Melissa Foley

SUMMARY: Pat Murray and Melissa Foley discuss parenting and ADHD. Episode #39 | Pat Murray and Melissa Foley talk with Kathleen Mills and Phillip Crum. Speakers: Kathleen Mills-Proprietor, Counselor at Life Tree Counseling Phillip Crum-The Content Marketing Coach Pat Murray-retired

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Cyber Bullying Is The Topic With Diane Feffer

SUMMARY: Diane Feffer shows documentary films of social significance, and shares the how and why with Kathleen Mills. Episode #35 | Diane Feffer Screens Documentary on Cyber Bullying Speakers: Kathleen Mills-Proprietor, Counselor at Life Tree Counseling Phillip Crum-The Content Marketing

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My employer, with over 1500 employees, is debating whether to offer healthcare insurance to us or drop completely due to the expensive cost it will be for the company who purchases in bulk. I understand they will be paying a $2000 per employee penalty to the IRS due to them declining. It appears that we will be needing to buy our own. Will the insurance premiums still be a pre-tax payment? Are there affordable options for me and my family?

If your employer drops your healthcare insurance coverage and you have to buy your own plan, you would no longer be able to pay your premium with pre-tax dollars. Effective in 2014, if your employer stops offering coverage, you will

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Healthy 24 year old male here, again. Will my rates be lower than most others, like they have been traditionally, or will they go up, and if so, why?

These plans stopped in 2010, as per Obamacare. You can only buy these policies if you are under thirty. But it must be a qualified Catastrophic Coverage plan. If you purchase the Bronze Plan it will be the lowest premium

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Can’t I just buy a Catastrophic Coverage policy and save a lot of money?

Catastrophic care is no longer accepted or viewed as being in compliance, unless you are under the age of 30 and then it has to be an approved Catastrophic Care policy. Information about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

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The ACA that was passed is 2600 pages long. The “regulations” that everyone is talking about makes a stack of paper over 7′ tall. What are “regulations”, who’s writing them, and what kind of power do these people have?

Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of HHS, has full control of who is writing, and what they are writing. HHS has complete and unfettered jurisdiction on what and who is writing the regulations. The 2600 page document is only a framework that

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Who is exempt from the individual mandate, in other words who doesn’t have to purchase healthcare under Obamacare?

Exempt from the individual mandate: 1.) If you already enrolled in Medicaid you are considered a covered entity 2.) American Indians 3.) Prisoners 4.) Members of the Armed Services (they have Tricare) 5.) Certain Religious Groups – Amish, Christian Scientists,

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I see that some businesses have been granted “exemptions” from the ACA. Permanent? Temporary? Why did they get them in the first place? How can I get one?

Some businesses have been granted exemptions from certain parts of the heathcare law because of the corporation being put in a religious jeopardy towards its own beliefs. Hobby Lobby and Dominoes Pizza are two that come to mind. Hobby Lobby

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