Below are the 2016 Changes for Individual Health Insurance Marketplace. 2016 Changes for Individual Health Insurance Marketplace: Individual Mandate The individual mandate asked everyone to either have health insurance or pay a penalty. In 2015 the fee for uninsured adult … Read More
Health Care Reform – Obamacare
The new article Get Ready, Because Big Changes Are Coming to Obamacare in 2016 published by The Motley Fool presents three big changes to Obamacare in 2016: 1. Changes to Obamacare in 2016: The minimum penalty for individual mandate non-compliance … Read More
2015 Annual Enrollment Period will run from November 15, 2014 through February 15, 2015. This is the only time to change your Obamacare plan, unless you have special circumstances that allow you to use Special Enrollment period (SEP). Read below … Read More
Your current plan’s coverage is based on a calendar year and will expire on Dec. 31. Some time before the beginning of Annual Open Period (November 15), you’ll get 2 notices: one – from Marketplace, another from your insurance company. … Read More
You must report to Marketplace any changes to your 2015 health plan application. Read below about types of changes to report, as well as when and how to do it.
To learn whether you qualify for Obamacare Health Insurance Subsidies 2015, do the following: Find your estimated 2015 household income and household size Review the Tables below. The first Table is for the individual, the second is for a family … Read More
The recent HealthCare.gov post We’re making it easy for you to keep your marketplace coverage next year provides several important things for you to know about renewal and auto-enrollment the existing health plan.
Can your Obamacare plan be used with a Health Saving Account? What will be an impact of Obamacare on existing Health Saving Accounts? Read below.
The White House effectively extended the Obamacare Open Enrollment Period by allowing anyone who claims to have started the healthcare enrollment process on Healthcare.gov, but was unable to finish it by the March 31 deadline, to have until the mid-April … Read More
Outside of Obamacare Open Enrollment Period ending on March 31 deadline, qualified individual may be allowed to use Obamacare Special Enrollment Period (SEP) under certain circumstances. Read below.