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Many Uninsured Unaware of Obamacare Requirement

Recently it was announced that the rate of uninsured Americans is on the decline. There’s no doubt that this is great news. However we can’t help but wonder, what’s stopping some people from choosing to get health insurance?

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First Look at Uninsured Rate in 2014

There are still varying opinions on whether or not Obamcare will achieve its goal of increasing access to healthcare in the US. A recent study published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has provided what some to believe as a sign that Obamacare is indeed working.

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Automatic Renewals: The Health Insurance Shortcut

Usually the word “shortcut” isn’t considered a bad word. Shortcuts are almost always welcome, especially when it means eliminating mind-numbing paperwork. But, there are those moments when a once-appealing shortcut can come back to bite us.

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30
Sep
uninsured

Many Uninsured Unaware of Obamacare Requirement

Recently it was announced that the rate of uninsured Americans is on the decline. There’s no doubt that this is great news. However we can’t help but wonder, what’s stopping some people from choosing to get health insurance? Read more

23
Sep
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First Look at Uninsured Rate in 2014

There are still varying opinions on whether or not Obamcare will achieve its goal of increasing access to healthcare in the US. A recent study published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has provided what some to believe as a sign that Obamacare is indeed working. Read more

16
Sep
heatlh insurance app

Automatic Renewals: The Health Insurance Shortcut

Usually the word “shortcut” isn’t considered a bad word. Shortcuts are almost always welcome, especially when it means eliminating mind-numbing paperwork. But, there are those moments when a once-appealing shortcut can come back to bite us. Read more

9
Sep
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Study Shows New Surprising Trend for Health Plan Costs

Just last week, the Kaiser Family Foundation published a study that helped shine some light on the price of insurance premiums for 2015. The results were pretty surprising. While many may expect the cost of health plans to continuously rise, the opposite may be true. Read more »

2
Sep
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4 Ways to Get Covered Early

The next open enrollment period will begin in just over two months. But, a surprising new fact has popped up from a recent study claiming that many Americans are able to sign up for new health plans before open enrollment is in full swing. Read more »

26
Aug
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The Short-Term Fix

Open enrollment for health insurance begins on November 15th. Once the season begins, you’ll be able to buy coverage that begins in 2015. So, what if you need coverage before 2015? Should you just cross your fingers and toes and hope you can avoid getting sick or injured? Read more »

19
Aug
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Immigration Status Could Lead to Loss of Coverage

Over 300,000 people are at risk of losing their health insurance at the end of September. Last week, the government announced they have been unable to verify the immigration status for a number of people who purchased health insurance in the Marketplace. Thus, the government will be sending documentation requests to verify immigration status to anyone on file who shows as having discrepancies. Read more »

12
Aug
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Countdown to Open Enrollment

If you’re uninsured or simply unhappy with your current health plan, you’ll soon be able to change that. Open enrollment is just around the corner. Read more »

5
Aug
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COBRA: Snakes on a (health) plan?

Let’s say you unexpectedly lose your job. We know, it’s a horrible thought. But, imagine the unthinkable does happen. What would happen to your health insurance? Read more »

29
Jul
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Split Decision on Obamacare Subsidies; Just More Uncertainty

Just last week the media was a buzz regarding the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare. Two separate courts came to opposing decisions regarding health insurance subsidies. Read more »

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