December 1st
Somewhere between two million and six million people are impacted by the family glitch. They are disproportionately lower-income, because lower-wage workers have to spend a larger percentage of their income to pay for health insurance if subsidies aren't …
November 26th
Let’s take a look at the health insurance options for immigrants, and how they’ve changed – or haven’t changed – under the Affordable Care Act.
November 22nd
A growing number of marketers are pretending to sell 'Obamacare.' Ask these five questions to make sure you're paying for the real deal.
November 12th
An impressive 87 percent of Americans shopping in the exchanges receive subsidies. If you're worried about the cost of premiums, use our subsidy calculator to see how much you'd save.
November 11th
College students have more coverage options as a result of the ACA. But how do you decide which option is best?
November 8th
The ACA's individual mandate penalty no longer applies in 2019 and future years. But several states are implementing their own individual mandates, with penalties mostly modeled on the penalty that applied at the federal level in 2018.
November 5th
If you have a marketplace plan already, it could pay to retain your existing coverage – but here are a few signs that you're better off finding a new health insurance plan.
November 4th
Before you start seeking health insurance quotes, it's prudent to take a look at the health insurance companies and their potential service to you as a consumer.
October 25th
Unfortunately, the average American doesn't seem to have a good sense of what repeal could cost them. Many aren't even certain that they've gained anything from the law. So to clarify, I've created a list of 50 things we'd lose if the ACA is repealed. (An…
October 17th
Avoiding these four common open enrollment-period mistakes could save you some serious money.
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