The annual open enrollment for Obamacare has begun and will end on Jan. 15th. During this time, any legal U.S. resident can sign up for a new health insurance plan with no questions asked and may receive tax credits to help pay the monthly premium. because of recent changes in the law, almost all individuals … Read more
Florida Kid Care is state sponsored health insurance plan for children under the age of nineteen. The cost is based on family income and caps out at $60,000. Florida has now raised the ceiling on family income so that a family of four with a gross income of $90,000 per year can still qualify for … Read more
The Medicare annual open enrollment has begun and will end on Dec 7th. During this time anyone on Medicare can enroll in a Medicare insurance plan or make changes to their current plan.
The annual open enrollment for individual health insurance will end on Jan. 15th. After that time only those who have a qualifying event in order to obtain health insurance.
The federal marketplace has been updated to reflect the increased subsidies provided by the American Recovery Act. If you currently have an Obamacare plan, you must update your information on healthcare.gov in order to receive the higher subsidies.
The Centers For Medicare Services has announced that they are extending the health insurance open enrollment to Aug. 15th. Also, the tax subsidies available to those who purchase health insurance form Healthcare.gov. have been increased.
The American Recovery Act passed by congress increases the tax subsidies available to individuals who purchase their health insurance from one of the health insurance exchanges. This provision will lower the cost of health insurance to millions of individuals and families who purchase private insurance.
The health insurance tax credit you qualify for is based on the number of dependents on the your tax return, not the number of people applying for coverage. An example would be a single mom with two kids covered by Florida’s Kidcare program. When she enrolls in a health insurance plan through Healthcare.gov, when will … Read more