What is the Health Insurance Marketplace?
The health insurance marketplace (also known as the Exchange) is an online price comparison website where Americans can shop for affordable quality insurance and receive cost assistance for lower premiums, reduced out-of-pocket costs, and even lower deductibles.
Those making under 400% of the federal poverty level (FPL) may qualify for premium assistance through the marketplace. 400% of the federal poverty level is roughly $46,000 for individuals and $93,500 for families. Call us now and find out what Affordable Care insurance will cost you.
When is the Deadline?
Deadline for enrollment in the Health Insurance Marketplace is January 15. Apply today and see if you are eligible for financial assistance for lower premiums, reduced out-of-pocket costs and avoid penalties, most important of which is going without coverage for an entire year.
You must sign up by January 15 in order to have coverage. So make sure to enroll as soon as possible to avoid the risk of missing out on insurance!