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CFO Cheryl McKenna helps you get ready for your foundation's tax season in this PowerPoint presentation and webinar. Presented as part of Philanthropy Ohio's "Coffee Break" webinar series about foundation operations.
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Society is best served when philanthropy can flourish and Congress and the nonprofit sector work collaboratively to advance the common good.
For that to happen, our lawmakers must understand the important role philanthropy plays in society—and how ill-conceived legislation can hinder philanthropy’s contributions. That’s why it’s so important for grantmakers to educate their lawmakers about the importance of philanthropy in their districts and states and across the nation.
We believe in the power of nonprofits to transform our society. And we believe in the power of well-crafted communications to transform nonprofits. Effective communications can target the right messages to the right audiences at the right times.
How will health insurance coverage for women change?
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) creates new rules about health insurance and healthcare to:
• Reduce the number of uninsured women
• Increase the number of women’s health services that all health insurance plans cover
• Limit how much women and their families pay in insurance premiums, co-pays and deductibles
If you are Not Insured, what will your choices be to find affordable insurance?
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) became law in March 2010. The ACA helps uninsured people get affordable health coverage. ACA changes take place between now and 2014. The ACA does not apply to illegal immigrants.
More than 1.3 million adults are uninsured in Ohio. Many earn less than the Federal Poverty Level. But some people of all ages and incomes have a hard time fi nding health insurance they can afford.
How will health insurance coverage for your children change?
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) became law in March 2010. It creates new rules and funds programs to help ensure that children younger than 19 years old can get and keep affordable insurance and have access to the care they need to become and stay healthy.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) became law in March 2010. Today, parts of the law are already in place and affect almost everyone.
The ACA will make several changes to private health insurance coverage between now and 2014. These changes may already affect your health benefits.
You count on Medicare insurance. Will the new healthcare law change your benefits? Will it save you money?
Or, will it cost you more? The answers depend on your income and the Medicare plan you’ve chosen. The most important fact to know is the new healthcare law will not cut your government-guaranteed benefits. You get the same benefits Medicare has always guaranteed whether you have a traditional Medicare plan (Part A or B) or a Medicare Advantage plan (Part C). These are benefits like doctor services, inpatient and outpatient hospital care, and durable medical equipment.
How will your health insurance COSTS change?
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) became law in March 2010. It makes changes to the health insurance system and health insurance benefits that may affect your cost of care.
What is a HEALTH INSURANCE EXCHANGE and how will it affect your health costs?
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) became law in March 2010. ACA changes take place between now and 2014. The new law will create a competitive marketplace in 2014 where most Americans can shop for health insurance.