You may buy insurance outside open enrollment time frames if you qualify for a special enrollment period due to a qualifying life event. A qualifying life event could be moving to a new state, changes in your income, changes in your family size, if you marry, if you divorce or if you have a baby. If you have coverage currently, and you have a life event happen after the enrollment period, you would still be able to obtain insurance through what’s called a special enrollment period.
As you might suspect, there is an influx of individuals whose coverage will end January 1 that are business owners. Some of these people would be eligible for small group […]
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I have many Clients that are entrepreneurs. If your business is recognized via a tax-return of its own or shows up on your personal income taxes, and meets the criteria […]
You may have received correspondence from your insurance company telling you that your plan is going to end. They could have told you that your current plan is going to […]