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How Does Dental Insurance Work? A Quick Primer

Posted Sep 22, 2017
By Jenifer Dorsey

How Does Dental Insurance Work? A Quick Primer

 

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Ask Frank: Can Employers Pay Obamacare Premiums?

Posted Sep 21, 2017
By Jenifer Dorsey

Ask Frank: Can Employers Pay Obamacare Premiums?

 

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What Makes Obamacare Affordable?

Posted Sep 18, 2017
By Jenifer Dorsey

What Makes Obamacare Affordable?

If health insurance rates keep going up, when does coverage cease to be affordable? The answer to that question depends on a number of factors and can be fairly subjective. However, we can look at how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) defines affordability for guidance.

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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: I Need Coverage Now. Which Non-ACA Health Plan is Right for Me?

Posted Sep 12, 2017
By Jenifer Dorsey

Infographic: I Need Coverage Now. Which Non-ACA Health Plan is Right for Me?

Maybe you already have an Obamacare plan, or perhaps you are in between major medical policies and do not qualify for a special enrollment period to buy health insurance at this time. Whatever your situation, you’re probably reading this piece because you’re looking for ways to help make healthcare costs more affordable.

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Where Can I Get Health Insurance Now?

Posted Sep 07, 2017
By Jenifer Dorsey

Where Can I Get Health Insurance Now?

In some ways, buying an individual health insurance plan can seem relatively easy. You can search for and compare a range of plans from different carriers at your convenience, and you can get online health insurance quotes in seconds. Then, depending on the coverage you choose, the application and enrollment process may take only a few minutes.

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Infographic: The Obamacare Coverage Gap Map

Posted Sep 05, 2017
By Jenifer Dorsey

Infographic: The Obamacare Coverage Gap Map

The annual open enrollment period for Obamacare plans (i.e. individual major medical insurance) sold on and away from the state-based and federally facilitated health insurance exchanges begins November 1, 2017. Again, this year, the trend is toward fewer carriers participating in the state-based and federally facilitated health insurance exchanges established under the Affordable Care Act.[1]

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Is There Still Obamacare? What’s Happening with Healthcare?

Posted Sep 01, 2017
By Jenifer Dorsey

Is There Still Obamacare? What’s Happening with Healthcare?

Calls to repeal and replace Obamacare seem quieter these days, but the discussion is not necessarily over. In the meantime, we are approaching the Affordable Care Act’s annual open enrollment period—or at least the time of year during which we’ve come to expect it.

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Pre-Verification Required

Posted Aug 25, 2017
By Jenifer Dorsey

Pre-Verification Required

Need an Obamacare plan right now? Be ready to prove you qualify.

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Lost My Job. Lost My Health Insurance. Now What?

Posted Jul 27, 2017
By Jenifer Dorsey

Lost My Job. Lost My Health Insurance. Now What?

Sometimes life happens, for better or worse. The Obamacare plan you chose no longer makes sense for you and your growing family. You lose access to your employer-sponsored health insurance. You move out of your current plan’s coverage area to pursue a new opportunity.

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