West Palm Beach, Fla (PRWEB) February 06, 2013
The new hit book “ObamaCare Survival Guide” has reached the New York Times best-seller list.
The guide is set to appear in the Feb. 3 issue of the New York Times Book Review in the list for advice paperback books, where it reached the 13 spot.
Since being released last year, the book quickly sold over 100,000 copies, becoming an Amazon #1 best-seller.
In recent weeks Nielsen BookScan ranked the “ObamaCare Survival Guide” #22 for all paperback sales.
Also, Newsmax reported that it reached #4 on Barnes & Noble’s list of the Top 100 best-selling books.
The “ObamaCare Survival Guide: The Affordable Care Act and What It Means for You and Your Healthcare” is the easy-to-understand explanation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, a complex 2,700-page law.
Author Nick Tate tells Newsmax, “Since the Supreme Court has ruled that ObamaCare is the law of the land, we felt it was important to let people know what’s in this law.”
Tate adds that since the law has been in effect, more than 13,000 pages of new regulations have been released by the Obama administration.
“Many provisions have already rolled out and there are many more to come, so it’s not an overstatement to say that this law will affect everyone in this country," he says.
The ObamaCare law "fundamentally changes the way healthcare is delivered, restructures it,” Tate explains. “The way you will interact with your doctor, your insurer, your hospital will fundamentally change, so this book attempts to give you the roadmap to get the best bang for your healthcare dollar.”
The “ObamaCare Survival Guide” is of vital importance in particular to the uninsured as well as the insured, the employed, seniors and Medicare users, young adults, business owners, prescription drug users, medical professionals, Medicaid recipients, doctors, and union members.
The book details how half of ObamaCare’s funding will be paid for by taxpayers in the form of fees, new taxes, and individual and employer penalties.
It also reveals how rising premium costs will affect currently insured Americans, information about Medicare and new rules, new protections for the uninsured, hidden fees, additional taxes for the wealthy and new requirements for tax credits for small businesses.
In addition to the main points, the guide describes new fees for prescription drugs, benefits insurance companies must provide, and individuals’ responsibilities and penalties under new laws.
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