How ObamaCare affects Sugardaddy dating

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What every Sugarbabe needs to know order to maintain medical coverage until the new health care laws take effect.

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many of the women who join our site come here because they may have either be recently laid off from a job or in some fashion can no longer afford the high premiums required to purchase their own health care coverage.

Online dating site Sugardaddie.com has noticed a substantial increase of female members joining its upscale website over the past two years, possibly due in part to consistently high unemployment numbers. With the advent of the new Health Care bill passed by congress, more commonly known as ObamaCare, many young women are showing concern, as it is still not completely clear as to how this law will affect them and when it will be implemented. It is now the difficult task of the many attractive women who are not accustomed to finding employment or medical coverage, especially in trying economic conditions, to look into alternative methods of procuring health care until the new laws take effect.

According to Steven Pasternack, founder of Sugardaddie.com, the leader in Sugardaddy online dating, “many of the women who join our site come here because they may have either be recently laid off from a job or in some fashion can no longer afford the high premiums required to purchase their own health care coverage.”

From the way in which the executives at Sugardaddie.com describe it, ObamaCare is really not all that different from Sugardaddy dating. A beautiful young woman dates a slightly older affluent gentleman because he may be better able and willing to provide her with Medical coverage. Mr. Pasternack states, “This is very similar to President Obama’s health care plan, in which those that are more capable of paying the bills will do so in the form of higher taxes on their income.” He goes on to say, “In my opinion the affluent gentleman is footing the cost in both cases, but with Sugardaddy dating, it may seem like more of a Value Added tax."

This new law is still undergoing intense scrutiny and evaluation, but what may be of the utmost importance to these women also known as a Sugarbabe on Sugardaddie.com, is whether or not she will be eligible to partake of her boyfriend or Sugardaddy’s health care plan. Currently, not all states will recognize domestic partner relationships and those that do may have qualifications depending upon how long a couple has lived together. This may seem a bit off the wall, but today’s difficult economic conditions have forced many young women to find alternative methods of making ends meet and procuring medical coverage.

Many of these women have never held down a real job other than perhaps posing in front of a camera and as a result have never had proper health care coverage. That’s where this dating site comes into play. There are many older successful men on this site, commonly referred to as a Sugar Daddy, that enjoy taking care of and spoiling their usually younger and attractive companion. If it’s health care the woman wants, its health care the woman gets in many cases. But how much longer will it be before Sugarbabes are taxed on the perks given to them by their Sugardaddy? After all, there is already talk of taxing ultraviolet tanning beds, so are the financial effects of Health Reform on the Sugarbabe that far off?

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Sugardaddie.com is an internet dating site that was founded in 2002. Since its inception they have appeared in the media numerous times in print, radio and TV etc, in both the United States and abroad. Sugardaddie.com offers a unique dating experience to meet the demand of its members who desire to meet others considered to be attractive and affluent.

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