The Federal court ruled today that millions should be ineligible for low-income health insurance subsidy. In an effort to stomp out Obamacare, the court said the IRS has misinterpreted the language of the Affordable Health Care Act, ruling that they cannot offer low-income subsidies.
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It’s been three months since I signed up for health insurance on the exchange under the ACA. I have not received my plan materials. I’ve checked the mail everyday anxiously waiting for an invoice, a card, or a brochure. Nothing ever came. I wondered what’s going on. Am I covered?
So you finished purchasing you health insurance plan. Are you afraid to use it because you feel your deductible is too high? If you chose the cheapest high deductible plan because it was all you could afford here are a few tips you can use that may help you save money.
Why should I pay a premium for health insurance if I have to pay a deductible before I can use it? This is the complaint I would most often hear while helping people to signup for health insurance. Many people who have never had health insurance also do not understand it’s value and how it can work for them.
When the first open enrollment period was drawing near many health insurance agents were wondering if we would have a role in the sign up process. Less than two months before the beginning of open enrollment we were scrambling to get ready, attending meetings, completing training and getting appointed with all of the carriers on the exchange.
Most people don't take advantage of value added services that are free with their health insurance. Unless you take time to read all of your health insurance information you're likely to miss out on some benefits that most companies offer that can help defer the cost sharing associated with co-payments and your insurance premium. Here are ten value added services worth knowing about that may be included in your health insurance coverage that are free.
When it comes to the number of Americans who have signed up for health insurance under Obamacare, some refer to it as “vapor-care” because they claim that the number being touted by the administration is nothing more than “smoke and mirrors”.