Health Care Reform

The health care reform law requires that most Americans have health insurance by January 1, 2014. It’s in place to make sure Americans have access to health insurance they can afford—whether they get it from an employer, an insurance company or from the government. People who are not covered by health insurance beginning in 2014 will have to pay a tax penalty with some limited exceptions.

The health care reform law (also called the Affordable Care Act) makes it clear: it’s up to you to make sure you have health insurance beginning in 2014. Toys“R”Us is here to help by explaining the options available to you and the steps you need to take so that you’re covered.

Read this information to learn more about the requirements of health care reform and the actions you will need to take. These summaries are designed to help you understand how all the pieces fit together and where your path to health coverage begins. So, please take a moment to read the summaries—each one is about you.

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