Annoying. Difficult. Frustrating.
For anyone who has applied to Medicare, these are the typical words that come to mind when describing the application process. Part of the problem is that there’s no easy, one-size-fits-all coverage option. The other part of the problem is that in an underfunded system, everyone’s on their own to navigate through as best they can. So, what can you do to maximize your Medicare coverage while minimizing your expenses and stress? Give yourself
Q. I’m planning to leave my job to become self-employed in April. My insurance will end on April 30, but I have an option to take COBRA. Do I qualify for a special enrollment period to get an individual plan in the exchange as of May 1, or do I have to take COBRA? A: You do not have to continue your plan with COBRA. You qualify for a special open enrollment if your employer-sponsored insurance is ending (assuming it qualifies as minimum essential coverage), even if you have a
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Open enrollment following the COVID-19 pandemic will be unlike any other in recent memory. Many organizations are still trying to recover from extended closures and maintain safe working environments—open enrollment is the last thing on their minds. Yet, procrastinating on enrollment planning can actually cause more issues than it solves. From an operational standpoint, COVID-19 might surge in the fall and force states to reclose businesses. From a personnel standpoint, emplo