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Benefits for One, Please
Posted Sep 14, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

Benefits for One, Please

Three in 10 U.S. jobs are held by the self-employed and the workers they hire.[1] Taking the leap into self-employment or starting a small business means figuring a lot of things out, including how you will obtain health insurance.

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Infographic: How Hospital Indemnity Plans Help Lessen the Impact of Out-of-Pocket Healthcare Expenses
Posted Jun 23, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

Infographic: How Hospital Indemnity Plans Help Lessen the Impact of Out-of-Pocket Healthcare Expenses

 

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Do You Need Health Insurance This Year?
Posted Apr 07, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

Do You Need Health Insurance This Year?

Since 2010, when President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law, the nation’s uninsured population has dropped to its lowest rate in the 25 years CDC’s National Health Interview Survey has reported such data: less than 10 percent.[1] In the first nine months of 2016, the percentage of people who were uninsured at the time of the interview was 8.8 percent compared with 16 percent in 2010.[2]

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What Can I Do If Obamacare is Too Expensive?
Posted Jan 11, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

What Can I Do If Obamacare is Too Expensive?

How affordable is health insurance under the Affordable Care Act? It depends on whom you ask. With monthly premium rates increasing an average of 25 percent nationwide for 2017 and soaring as high as 176 percent in places such as Phoenix, Obamacare keeps getting more expensive while options keep dwindling.[1] And, consumers are getting frustrated.

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Posted Dec 20, 2016 by Jenifer Dorsey

Infographic: How Medical Gap Plans Work

Now that Obamacare premium tax credits are available and high-deductible health plans have gained popularity[1],[2], you may be enjoying relatively lower premiums. You may also notice you have more out-of-pocket healthcare expenses than you are comfortable with when you use your health insurance plan.

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How Healthcare Sharing Ministries Work
Posted Oct 17, 2016 by Jenifer Dorsey

How Healthcare Sharing Ministries Work

Some Americans are legally skipping out on Obamacare in favor of a different kind of coverage – coverage they share with like-minded individuals. Recently, we wrote about the growing popularity of healthcare sharing ministries and the fact that members of eligible HCSMs may qualify for exemptions from the Affordable Care Act’s individual shared responsibility provision.[1]

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Is Faith-Based Healthcare Coverage Accepted Under the ACA?
Posted Oct 10, 2016 by Jenifer Dorsey

Is Faith-Based Healthcare Coverage Accepted Under the ACA?

Learn About the Obamacare Exemption Half a Million People are Taking Advantage of in 2016

In record numbers, a portion of the population is foregoing Obamacare plans for a type of healthcare coverage that is not state-regulated (it’s not even considered insurance) and generally allows them to avoid the ACA tax penalty.[1]

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What Happens When Preventive Care Leads to Medical Bills?
Posted Sep 16, 2016 by Jenifer Dorsey

What Happens When Preventive Care Leads to Medical Bills?

Your Obamacare plan provides you with access to many preventive care benefits at no additional cost beyond your health insurance premium, as outlined by the Affordable Care Act. These covered services include screenings, counseling, and immunizations recommended by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force and your healthcare provider.

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Back-to-School Financial Savvy – 6 Health Insurance Options for College Students
Posted Sep 15, 2016 by Jenifer Dorsey

Back-to-School Financial Savvy – 6 Health Insurance Options for College Students

When young adults head off to college, whether it’s freshman year or senior year, there are many things on their minds. And from roommates and majors to tuition and textbooks, health insurance may not be a top consideration.

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Pokemon Go Injuries, Selfie Spills and Smartphone Safety
Posted Aug 04, 2016 by Jenifer Dorsey

Pokemon Go Injuries, Selfie Spills and Smartphone Safety

 

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