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Is the government still helping pay for coverage?
Yes, you can keep getting subsidies.
When can I sign up?
In most states, from Nov. 1 to Dec. 15.
Those who qualify for Medicaid can sign up all year long. And if you live in a state that expanded Medicaid, those eligibility rules remain unchanged. Republican leaders have tried to repeal the expansion but they have not been successful.
Where can I sign up?
Visit Healthcare.gov, or call your insurance agent for assistance. If you do not have an agent, call our team at RCB & Associates, we will be happy to help, 616-233-9050.
Will my insurance be more expensive?
If you get premium subsidies, probably not.
Some insurers are raising premiums largely because of uncertainty about the future of the Affordable Care Act. Despite these increases, however, consumers who qualify for federal subsidies will largely be shielded from the higher prices.
If I already buy my own insurance, can I just renew?
Yes, but you should really shop around this year.
Insurers have raised prices in different ways, so it is important to shop around for the best plan this year, especially if you do not qualify for government subsidies.
We are happy to assist you with this process during open enrollment, just call us at 616-233-9050.