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Even if you aren’t in school anymore, you still need to do some homework to be prepared for the next Open Enrollment Period! When you are ready to apply for health insurance, you’ll have three options available. Let us guide you in preparing to buy health coverage that meets your needs and fits your budget. Explore your options and learn about the steps you need to take during the Open Enrollment Period.
Step 1: Plan Ahead
Step 2: See if You Can Get Help Paying for Health InsuranceThe health care law helps many people pay for health insurance. Based on your income, family size and the health plan you choose, you may qualify for federal financial assistance. This could reduce – or even eliminate – your monthly premium. Check if you qualify for financial assistance.Step 3: Find a Plan that Works for YouNot all plans are suited for everyone. There are the four different plan types: Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum. After you’ve thought about everything that you (and your family) may want and need, now you can choose a health plan that fits your lifestyle and budget while taking great care of your health! Check out our Buyer’s Guide for examples on how a plan can best fit you!Start shopping now if you’re ready or, if you have questions, you can call us at 866-793-8115 or visit our website.
Last update: 10/22/2018
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