So You Think You Can’t Afford Health Insurance? Don’t be so sure. If you have searched for health insurance and believe it is too expensive, please let us help you find a solution that meets your needs and fits your budget. You Can’t Afford NOT to Have Health Insurance! The worst thing you could do is remain uninsured or not renew your coverage because the premiums feel out of reach.
Open Enrollment for 2015 Health Insurance: November 15, 2014 – February 15, 2015. If you live in Virginia and will be eligible for a health insurance subsidy in 2015, you must purchase your coverage on the federal health insurance marketplace — healthcare.gov — in order to receive the subsidy. NEW! This year we are pleased to offer expedited enrollment for Virginia residents on the exchange. You get the same
What is a health insurance deductible? A plan’s deductible is the amount of money you must pay for your medical care before your health insurance begins to pay. Here are 6 things you need to know about health insurance deductibles: 1. Unlike other types of insurance (e.g., auto or homeowners insurance) where claims are not covered at all until the policy deductible has been met, most health insurance plans do
What Should You Do if You Think You Can’t Afford Health Insurance in 2014? If you have searched for health insurance and believe it is too expensive, please let us help you find a solution that meets your needs and fits your budget. The worst thing you could do is remain uninsured because the premiums feel out of reach. We can often find a plan that fits into your budget
A recent announcement by the Obama administration has many people wondering if they can keep their current health insurance coverage — along with their current premiums and benefits — for another two years. The short answer is – it’s too soon to say. We have been watching this closely, since this change could potentially have substantial impact, particularly in the individual health insurance market. At least two things must happen