Affordable Care Act Resources for Farmers and Agricultural Producers

Personal Finance May 05, 2014|Print

Health Care Reform and New Jersey Farms: Sustaining Farming on the Urban Fringe
This article summarizes provisions of the Affordable Care Act that are especially relevant for agricultural producers. (Written by Jack Rabin, Nov. 12, 2012).
Source: Rutgers University – New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station

Health Care Reform: Key Issues for Agricultural Employers (Video)
A recording of a seminar presentation sponsored by Farm Credit East featuring Sheldon Blumling, an attorney with expertise in employment law and employee benefits. Mr. Blumling discusses key issues of health care reform for agricultural producers. The video runs one hour and forty-five minutes. The seminar was held on April 18, 2013.
Source: Farm Credit East

eXtension Webinars:

The following are recordings of eXtension Webinars on the Affordable Care Act:

The Basics of the Affordable Care Act
A 60-minute webinar by Roberta Riportella from Kansas State University (7/18/13).

Affordable Care Act and Your Small Business
A 60-minute webinar by Marilyn Schlake and Carol Welte from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (10/10/13).

Farm Families and the Affordable Care Act
A 90-minute webinar by Barbara O’Neill (Rutgers University) and Roberta Riportella (Kansas State University) (10/18/13).

Affordable Care Act - Question and Answer Session
A 60-minute webinar by Barbara O’Neill (Rutgers University) and Roberta Riportella (Kansas State University) (12/2/13).

Other Affordable Care Act resources:

Affordable Care Act Resources for Consumers

Affordable Care Act Resources for Educators

Affordable Care Act Resources for Small Businesses

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Disclaimer: The Affordable Care Act contains many complex rules. The materials provided here are for informational purposes. They are intended to help you gain a better understanding about the key provisions of the Affordable Care Act and how they may affect you. The materials are not intended to be a substitute for personalized, professional advice.