FAQ Friday: Rate Changes and Getting Financial Help
What can I do if I can’t afford my monthly payment? If I got a subsidy last year and my income hasn’t changed, will it be the same this year? Why is my rate changing? This week, we’re tackling questions on rate changes, subsidies and how to get financial help.
Still On Your Parents’ Plan? Here’s What You Need To Know
Riding your parents’ health care plan is fine if you’re under 26, but there’s no reason not to be informed of what open enrollment may mean for you in the long run. Check out some tips if you are still on your parents’ insurance plan and what to keep in mind for the future.
3 Reasons Healthy People Need Health Insurance
If your employer doesn’t offer insurance, the thought of buying your own benefits might not be very appealing. After all, health care is expensive. Why do you need insurance if you’re healthy? Here are three good reasons.
5 Tips for Buying Your Own Health Insurance
If you’re under 65 and don’t have an insurance through your employer, now is the time to enroll in health insurance for 2015. Here are some tips that will help you have best possible experience.
Plan Renewals: How to Get the Most Value
Whether you get your health insurance from an employer or you buy it as an individual, it’s the time of year to re-evaluate your plan options. With so many options for insurance nowadays, it can be an overwhelming choice. How do you know which one is right for you? How can you get the most value?