Will Trump Extend Open Enrollment?

Are There Any Open Enrollment Extensions? Many people were unable to get through to the Marketplace Call Center before open enrollment ended, but there is a short grace period. Don’t give up yet. Trump has refused to extend the national deadline past Friday, 12-15-2017 at midnight although some states have extended their deadlines. Those are listed…

When is 2018 Medicare Open Enrollment?

What do you need to Know to Enroll in Medicare for 2018? We cover everything you need to know about open enrollment in Medicare 2018. Get the facts on 2018 Medicare open enrollment. When Is Medicare Open Enrollment For 2018? Medicare open enrollment lasts from October 15 to December 7 each year. Your coverage will start…

Get Covered During Open Enrollment

Everything You Need to Know About Open Enrollment Get covered during open enrollment under the Affordable Care Act. Open enrollment starts Nov 1st and ends Dec 15th in most states. Unless you have access to coverage through work, Medicare, or another source, open enrollment is the only time of year you and your family can…

Get Ready for 2018 Open Enrollment

ObamaCare’s open enrollment period for 2018 starts on November 1st, 2017 and ends on December 15th, 2017.  This is what you need to know to enroll for 2018. Some states have longer enrollment periods, so you will have to check your state’s rules. • Open enrollment is the only time you can get cost assistance, enroll…

ObamaCare Open Enrollment 2018

Published: April 10, 2017 Last Updated: Sept 7, 2018 Understanding ObamaCare’s 2018 Open Enrollment Period ObamaCare’s 2018 Open Enrollment period started November 1, 2017 and ends on December 15, 2017. However, some states extended enrollment until January 2018. See state-specific deadlines for 2018 coverage below. Open enrollment is the only time you can enroll in a health…

ObamaCare Open Enrollment 2017

Understanding ObamaCare’s 2017 Open Enrollment Period Open Enrollment 2017 started November 1, 2016 and ended January 31, 2017. Open enrollment is the only time you can enroll in a health plan on the individual market without qualifying for special enrollment. That means if you wanted to get cost assistance and avoid the monthly fee for 2017,…

Switch Plans or Get Supplemental Outside of Open Enrollment?

If you have a plan you don’t like, for instance due to cost, you can switch plans via special enrollment or look into supplemental options. That being said for private insurance there isn’t really a supplemental option that makes financial sense.