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What does the new healthcare law mean for people ages 50 to 64?

If you are 50 to 64 years old, the new health care law may benefit you in several ways. It makes it easier to get coverage, helps make coverage more affordable and helps you pay for long term-care. The law also aids small-business owners and supports early retirees. By knowing what’s in the law you can take advantage of these changes. Some of these changes start in 2010. Others will phase in over the next several years.

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