Monthly Archives: September 2015

Late Tax Filers May Lose Their Tax Credits in 2016

Open Enrollment for the 2016 plan year is quickly approaching, and some health insurance shoppers may find that the assistance they received in 2014 and 2015 may not be there next year. If you are late filing taxes for 2014, which are due by April 15th, 2015, you may not be able to get the […]

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Social Security Disability Income and Health Insurance

The number of Americans who are on disability has radically increased over the last three decades. Today, there are 14 million people receiving disability checks each month. Individuals who qualify for disability are those who have medical conditions that inhibit them from working in the labor force. If you have a disability, there are options […]

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Household Income and Federal Poverty Level

When applying for health coverage on or off of the health insurance marketplaces, it’s very helpful to understand where you and your family fall within the percentage Federal Poverty Level (FPL) spectrum, because it has a great impact on the cost of your coverage. You should be able to apply your expected household income to […]

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Student Health Plans

Going to College? Turning 26? College students have several different health insurance options. Under the Affordable Care Act, every individual is required to hold health insurance, even if you’re a struggling college student. Also, many universities require their students to participate in a qualified health plan prior to enrolling in classes. Most universities and colleges […]

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