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  1. New Jersey
    Is Amerihealth NJ a good insurance company? The reviews online are awful but it’s a pretty cheap option through Stride. Does anyone have Amerihealth currently? Can anyone provide advice on whether I should grab it or stay away?
  2. Connecticut
    Good Morning. It's 1:30 PM and I am still home. Last night I Ubered and made $51 in 2 hours ( a much better take than my usual day) and so I went to bed planning to get out at 5AM and clean up. Well, I've been cleaning up all right... first one of my 3 indoor cats bolted his food and then power...
  3. Complaints
    Otherwise, you are too damn poor for us, and need to go through medicare. What the f is the reasoning behind this crap? Thanks Obama! not. (not that frump is any better) ...and This "e-Health" crap from Lyft doesn't cover pre-existing conditions. What the f good is it then? Anyway, I'm...
  4. New York City
    if you're like I was a week ago, you have no idea what your tax return will look like for this year. I had this suspicion that my income would end up at $23,760 which would force me to buy full health insurance for next year, plus pay back payments on my 2017 health insurance. Instead of the...
  5. Chicago
    ObamaCare Open Enrollment for 2018 got underway on November 1st and ends on December 15th this year. UBER is "all in" with getting drivers to sign up. ""SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] and some smaller technology companies are launching campaigns to publicize Obamacare...
  6. Insurance
    All full time drivers should have Uber/Lyft paid health benefits. These companies are getting away with murder.
  7. Insurance
    Hello there, My name is Madison Alder and I'm a reporter with Bloomberg BNA in Washington. I'm working on a couple of stories about how workers in your industry -- "the gig economy" -- gets benefits, and I need your voices. What do you currently do for medical coverage? How could an Obamacare...
  8. Pay
    Please vote in the Poll. How to be paid and classified? If you were given the choice today, what would it be? Not every driver agrees. There are pros and cons on both sides. EMPLOYEE PROS Minimum wage guaranteed, every day, even when slow. Get standard benefits and protections mandated by the...
  9. Complaints
    Hi everyone! My name is Daniel Varghese. I'm writing a story for The Ringer about how the proposed changes to the American health insurance system will affect workers in the gig economy. I'm looking to talk with anyone who drivers for Uber, Lyft, or Juno, or freelancers for any other companies...
  10. Chatter
    26 million uninsured gained health insurance under Obamacare. Between 6 million and 10 million people would lose health insurance coverage if a Republican proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act becomes law, a new report estimates. Many more, receiving subsidies, would see their health...
  11. Insurance
    If you're looking for affordable health insurance coverage in 2017, this is best researched article I found that provides a step-by-step guide on selecting the right health insurance as a driver. There are lots of subsidies and deductions you can take advantage of to minimize what you actually...
  12. Taxes
    I'll be doing research, but later on . . . was wondering if anybody here knows whether health insurance is a business expense . . . I'm guessing I'd have to form a Corporation and name myself as an employee to do it, right?
  13. Advice
    The reason so many people are employed by ridesharing apps like Uber and Lyft are because of their convenience and accessablity to the customer. The low prices are a big part of accessibility to the customer and a main reason why so many people use Uber and Lyft. If you all continue to push for...
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