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What You Need To Know
With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, following are important changes affecting how you may purchase your health benefits for you and your family.
There is an open enrollment period for the Individual insurance market, meaning you can only purchase health insurance during this enrollment period. Note: You can still purchase non-medical benefits, such as dental, life or disability year round.
Under the new rules of the ACA, you can now add your dependent children up to age 26 on your policy.
It is illegal to be turned down or quoted different rates than anyone else because of a pre-existing condition.
You may be fined a tax penalty for not complying with the requirements of the ACA.
The tax subsidy is only available through the Exchange. If you don’t qualify for a subsidy, then it is likely there is a less expense plan that is better suited to your needs through the private market.
Open Enrollment Begins Nov. 1st and Ends Dec. 15th!
Miss the deadline? If you miss the deadline, there are certain qualifying events in which to enroll for health insurance outside of the enrollment period. For more information, please call our office.
*If consumers do not purchase coverage for 2018, they may have to pay a fee when they file their 2018 income taxes.