What do the election results mean for your healthcare choices?
Obamacare is still in place and you can still apply for health insurance subsidies and enroll in an Obamacare plan if you qualify.
With the election results now final things will likely change in the future. It’s no secret that Donald Trump campaigned on the promise of repealing Obamacare, which means there will inevitably be changes to the current system. However, those changes will not take effect until, at the earliest, next year.
Finding the right plan can be complicated, but it doesn’t have to be. Health Insurance is full of terminology that can be confusing and frustrating, especially when you have to spend valuable time searching for plans that suit your needs. That’s where HealthMatchup.com can help. Our quoting process is quick, easy and simple giving you access to thousands of plan quotes within minutes.
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The affordable care act helps to make insurance affordable for everyone. Whether it’s an Obamacare approved plan, or short term insurance to cover gaps in coverage--you can get a health insurance plan that works for your budget. If your household income is lower than 400% of the FDA poverty level you may be eligible for a subsidy to help with the cost of ACA approved health insurance. Our subsidy calculator can help you determine if you qualify for a subsidy.
The Obamacare Enrollment Period is closed but you still have lots of affordable options. You can enroll in a short term plan now to keep you covered. Also, if you have experienced a qualifying life event or plan to, you can still enroll in an Obamacare plan. You can find more information about Obamacare and special enrollment here. By asking a few simple questions we'll match you with the plans that makes sense for you.
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