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5 Changes to Open Enrollment for 2018 You Need to Know
Posted Nov 02, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

5 Changes to Open Enrollment for 2018 You Need to Know

It is hard to believe, but this is the fifth ACA open enrollment period—and the fifth time we’ve had to adapt to a changing marketplace. To help make your 2018 open enrollment experience a bit clearer and easier, here are five things you should know.

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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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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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Deductible Dilemmas
Posted Jul 18, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

Deductible Dilemmas

Health insurance premium and deductible amounts—they’re the numbers you probably look at first when shopping for coverage. What will you pay each month? How much will you pay out of pocket before your benefits fully take effect?

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Health Insurance Special Enrollment is Changing
Posted Jun 26, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

Health Insurance Special Enrollment is Changing

Suddenly uninsured? If you think you’re eligible for a special enrollment period (SEP) for health insurance, be ready to prove it. New regulations effective June 23, 2017, require 100 percent of consumers seeking an SEP in states served by the HealthCare.gov platform to provide pre-enrollment verification.[1] Previously, about half of consumers requesting an SEP were required to do so.

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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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Why Hospital Indemnity?
Posted Jun 15, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

Why Hospital Indemnity?

Health insurance deductibles tend to be something we think little about until medical bills start showing up. At that point, even those who find their monthly premium payments somewhat manageable may feel financially strained as they pay for healthcare fully out of pocket until they meet their plan deductible.

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Ask Frank: Uninsured Between Jobs — Will I Owe a Tax Penalty?
Posted May 24, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

Ask Frank: Uninsured Between Jobs — Will I Owe a Tax Penalty?

 

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Celebrate Tax Freedom Day with a Health Savings Account
Posted May 03, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

Celebrate Tax Freedom Day with a Health Savings Account

 

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Not Up for Debate
Posted May 01, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

Not Up for Debate

Although the GOP continues to craft new legislation for repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act (i.e., Obamacare), none of its proposals have passed. However, some changes are coming anyway—changes that aim to improve the health insurance risk pool, promote more competition within markets and increase consumer choice.[1]

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