Here is a list of things you can do if you missed the Dec. 15 deadline for ObamaCare’s open enrollment 2018 in the health insurance marketplace.
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…
Here are 7 last minute tips for open enrollment 2018. These should help answer any last minute questions.
ObamaCare’s open enrollment 2018 is going to end on December 15 2017. That will be your last chance to get covered for 2018 (see state-based extensions below).
Have you enrolled in Medicare for next year? You only have a few more days to do it. By Saturday morning, it will be too late. Medicare Open Enrollment Ends Friday, December 7th, 2017.
It’s Open Enrollment! Participating in open enrollment is essential even if you have been affected by the hurricanes and wildfires or are dealing with other pressing issues. It is open enrollment for both Medicare and the ACA in November and early December of 2017. Trump has talked a lot about repealing the Affordable Care Act and…
Just a quick reminder, open enrollment under the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) starts Nov. 1st. Shop at HealthCare.Gov and get covered!
Just a reminder, Medicare Open enrollment 2018 is here. Enrollment goes from October 15th to December 7th each year. Coverage starts January 1st.
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…
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…
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…
At a webinar for assisters, HHS announced that HealthCare.Gov would shut down between 12am – 12pm EST on Sunday mornings during open enrollment.
Open enrollment is still on for ObamaCare (the Affordable Care Act). 2018 open enrollment starts November 1, 2017, and ends December 15, 2017 (extended to January 2018 in some states).
My health insurance has been cancelled because I did not pay my premium on time.
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…
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,…
Most states stuck to the hard deadline of January 31st, 2016, but a few states are allowing those who signed up (but didn’t enroll) a few extra days to enroll.
If you haven’t yet enrolled in coverage for 2016, you are pushing it. Your last chance is January 31, 2016.
January 31, 2016 is the last day to get health insurance for 2016 under the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare).
For 2016 Millions will get coverage, and cost assistance will help ease the impact of rate hikes, yet millions will be left uncovered due to the Medicaid gap.
A quick overview of everything you need to know about getting coverage, switching plans, and cost assistance during ObamaCare’s 2016 open enrollment period.
You can’t switch plans outside of open enrollment unless you have a qualifying life event that qualifies you for special enrollment.
If a family member wasn’t added to a family plan during open enrollment they won’t be able to be added until next open enrollment unless they qualify for special enrollment.
Health insurance can only be obtained during open enrollment. This applies to coverage inside and outside of ObamaCare’s Health Insurance Marketplace.
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.