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How to Evaluate Your Healthcare Needs + Obtain Enough Insurance Coverage
Posted Nov 21, 2017 by Author

How to Evaluate Your Healthcare Needs + Obtain Enough Insurance Coverage

Open enrollment seems to sneak up on us every year. You're still working through the Halloween candy and suddenly are being asked to make an important and—for most of us—mandatory purchase that will cost potentially hundreds of dollars or more each month.

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How to Evaluate Your Healthcare Needs + Obtain Enough Insurance Coverage
Posted Nov 21, 2017 by Catherine Gudio

How to Evaluate Your Healthcare Needs + Obtain Enough Insurance Coverage

Open enrollment seems to sneak up on us every year. You're still working through the Halloween candy and suddenly are being asked to make an important and—for most of us—mandatory purchase that will cost potentially hundreds of dollars or more each month.

Continue reading: How to Evaluate Your Healthcare Needs + Obtain Enough Insurance Coverage


The Best Health Insurance If You’re Healthy and Not Subsidy-Eligible
Posted Nov 21, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

The Best Health Insurance If You’re Healthy and Not Subsidy-Eligible

Open enrollment for Obamacare plans runs from Nov. 1, 2017, through Dec. 15, 2017. Even if you consider yourself healthy, not taking the time to compare options and select the right health plan can be costly.

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How to Choose the Right ACA Health Insurance Plan
Posted Nov 21, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

How to Choose the Right ACA Health Insurance Plan

Choosing health insurance coverage for you and your family is no small decision. Even though the Affordable Care Act requires that all qualified major medical insurance plans cover certain preventive services and include essential health benefits at no additional cost, there are nuances.

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Health Insurance Plans: Automatically Re-enroll or Shop Around?
Posted Nov 20, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

Health Insurance Plans: Automatically Re-enroll or Shop Around?

Open enrollment for 2018 health insurance plans goes from Nov. 1, 2017, to Dec. 15, 2017 — just six short weeks!

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Does Obamacare Require You to Buy Insurance or Are You Exempt?
Posted Nov 20, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

Does Obamacare Require You to Buy Insurance or Are You Exempt?

Dec. 15 is the deadline for enrolling in an ACA plan that begins Jan. 1, and this year it also marks the end of 2018 open enrollment. Maybe you haven’t enrolled because you aren’t sure which plan to buy or feel like you can’t afford coverage

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Let’s Get Local: What is Affordable Health Insurance in Atlanta, GA?
Posted Nov 15, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

Let’s Get Local: What is Affordable Health Insurance in Atlanta, GA?

When it comes to affordability, health insurance in The Peach State may be more cost-friendly than you may think. On one hand, rates for the most popular individual health plans increased an average of 46 percent in Georgia—compared with 32 percent nationwide.[1] On the other hand, a side effect of these rate hikes, is that some Georgia residents may have access to no-cost bronze plans—that’s right, essentially “free” health insurance.[2]

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Let’s Get Local: What is Affordable Health Insurance in Phoenix, AZ?
Posted Nov 15, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

Let’s Get Local: What is Affordable Health Insurance in Phoenix, AZ?

When it comes to affordability, health insurance in 2018 may be more cost-friendly than you may think. On one hand, rates for the most popular individual health plans increased an average of 32 percent nationwide.[1] On the other hand, rates for the same plans actually decreased 2 percent in Arizona.[2] While Phoenix may not boast the no-cost bronze plans available in some areas, you may find your subsidy makes them fairly low-cost.

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Let’s Get Local: What is Affordable Health Insurance in Nashville, TN?
Posted Nov 15, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

Let’s Get Local: What is Affordable Health Insurance in Nashville, TN?

When it comes to affordability, health insurance in Tennessee may be more cost-friendly than you may think. On one hand, rates for the most popular individual health plans increased an average of 58 percent in this state—compared with 34 percent nationwide.[1] On the other hand, a side effect of these rate hikes, is that some Tennessee residents may have access to no-cost bronze plans—that’s right, essentially “free” health insurance.[2]

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Let’s Get Local: What is Affordable Health Insurance in Dallas, TX?
Posted Nov 14, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

Let’s Get Local: What is Affordable Health Insurance in Dallas, TX?

When it comes to affordability, health insurance in The Lone Star State may be more cost-friendly than you may think. On one hand, rates for the most popular individual health plans increased an average of 47 percent in Texas—compared with 34 percent nationwide.[1] On the other hand, a side effect of these rate hikes, is that 80 percent of counties in Texas will have no-cost bronze plans—that’s right, essentially “free” health insurance.[2]

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