Finding The Right Temporary Health Care Policy

Short Term Health Insurance The open enrollment period to invest in a health insurance plan for next year does not start until November 1st, but that does not mean you have to live without coverage. Even if you do not qualify for a special enrollment period, you may still have a chance to find temporary Read More

Health Insurance Penalty Exemptions

Understanding Penalty Exemptions Under Obamacare Since the recent enactment of the Affordable Care Act, this will be the first year that taxpayers will need to worry about health insurance during tax season. Calculations show that about 2 to 4 percent of taxpayers will be faced with a penalty for failing to obtain health insurance. The Read More

What You Need To Know About Health Insurance Exchanges

Health Insurance Marketplace There have been many different health insurance changes in the past year under the Affordable Care Act, or ACA, which may have left you confused on how your coverage fits into the rules. In 2015, everyone is required to carry a minimum amount of health insurance coverage or face a heavy fine. Read More

Open Enrollment Period for 2015 is Almost Here!

The Affordable Care Act Open Enrollment is almost here, which means it is the best time to start looking at your health insurance options for the upcoming year. Open Enrollment starts on November 15 and closes on February 15, 2015. If you do not sign up for health insurance during Open Enrollment, you will be Read More

March 31, 2014 is the Last Day to Get Health Insurance

If you are interested in buying health insurance in 2014 through the Affordable Care Act (ACA), you must purchase it during the open enrollment period which ends March 31, 2014, except for specific circumstances. Special Enrollment Period A special enrollment period is a time outside of the open enrollment period during which you have a Read More

Affordable Care Act options for the self-employed

Self-employed people throughout the nation are attempting to determine how to approach the Affordable Care Act.    If you are self-employed and have no employees, you are not considered an employer under the new health care law, and are therefore entitled to shop for new health insurance through the individual marketplace.  This holds true even if Read More

Is it too late for me to purchase health insurance?

Under the Affordable Care Act, everyone is required to carry health insurance. The open enrollment period started in October, and the first policies will become active on January 1st. But, if you missed the deadline, are you still able to get coverage? If you have not purchased health insurance yet, there is still time to Read More