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Complete Guide to the Federal Poverty Level
Posted Nov 21, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

Complete Guide to the Federal Poverty Level

You likely know that the Affordable Care Act’s subsidies—both tax credits and cost-sharing reductions alike—are based on your income in relation to the federal poverty level.  

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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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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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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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How to Calculate Your 2017 Obamacare Tax Credit
Posted Dec 08, 2016 by Jenifer Dorsey

How to Calculate Your 2017 Obamacare Tax Credit

Planning to buy health insurance from a state-based or federally facilitated exchange and curious about your premium tax credit amount?

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What are the Obamacare Income Limits for 2017 Health Insurance Subsidies?
Posted Dec 05, 2016 by Jenifer Dorsey

What are the Obamacare Income Limits for 2017 Health Insurance Subsidies?

 

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Uninsured Won’t Fly Under the Radar During 2017 Open Enrollment
Posted Oct 27, 2016 by Jenifer Dorsey

Uninsured Won’t Fly Under the Radar During 2017 Open Enrollment

Get ready for some extra attention from the Obama administration this open enrollment season.

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Will Obamacare Cost Sharing Reduction Subsidies Be Available in 2017, Or Are They Ending?
Posted Aug 23, 2016 by Jenifer Dorsey

Will Obamacare Cost Sharing Reduction Subsidies Be Available in 2017, Or Are They Ending?

As we approach the 2017 open enrollment period, the Affordable Care Act continues to face scrutiny and challenges. 

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Are Weddings a Qualifying Event for Health Insurance?
Posted Jun 03, 2016 by Jenifer Dorsey

Are Weddings a Qualifying Event for Health Insurance?

 

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I Can’t Afford My Obamacare Deductible. Now What?
Posted Jan 15, 2016 by Jenifer Dorsey

I Can’t Afford My Obamacare Deductible. Now What?

What's the average deductible for an Obamacare health insurance plan? $3,037 for silver plans, which are the most commonly purchased, sold on HealthCare.gov as well as California and New York's respective state-based exchanges.[1] And a New York Times review found that more than half of plans for sale through HealthCare.gov have a deductible of $3,000 or more.[2]

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