January 16, 2014

Exemptions from the payment 

You may qualify for an exemption from the penalty if:

  • You’re uninsured for less than 3 months of the year

  • The lowest-priced coverage available to you would cost more than 8% of your household income

  • You don’t have to file a tax...

January 16, 2014

How the Medicaid Expansion affects you 

 

The Affordable Care Act called for the expansion of Medicaid - a program which offers free or low-cost healthcare to low income individuals and families - to include more people.

 

But Medicaid is run on a state level, and not ever...

December 22, 2013

Our private exchange can help you:

 

  • Get the lowest prices anywhere

  • No health insurance company can turn you down or charge you a higher premium because of pre-exisiting conditions, health history, gender, or profession. 

  • Pre-existing conditions are always...

December 22, 2013

Health Reform can be pretty complicated, so we've put together some Consumer Guides to help you understand the changes. Choose your guide (or guides) below:

 

Private Plans:

December 21, 2013

The simple answer is "yes".


Starting January 1, 2014, there is an individual requirement to have qualified health insurance or pay a penalty, unless you qualify for an exception. Qualified health insurance can include Medicaid, Medicare, CHIP, Tri-Care, or health polic...

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