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Having Health Insurance Will Cost You, but so Will Not Having It

You may have already read our article about the tax penalty, but if you haven’t, I recommend checking it out to get a more comprehensive overview. What I want to highlight here, though, is the fact that you may be responsible for paying hundreds of dollars- regardless of your decision to enroll in health insurance. […]

An Obamacare Benefit: Pursue Your Dream Job

By this point, many of us are aware of the clear benefits the Affordable Care Act offers us. Health insurance plans that many of us can actually afford every month, no more annual or lifetime limits on what a health insurance policy will pay, no more denials in coverage for preexisting conditions, and the list […]

3 Coverage Options for College Students

If you’re a college student, you’ve got a lot on your mind, and health insurance is probably in the back of it. Health insurance is something that’s important to think about, though, as much as you don’t want to. If you have a medical emergency and don’t have health insurance, you could really go into […]

Covered: The Health Insurance Term You’re Misusing

Our agents hear it all the time, “is it covered?” You’ve probably asked this question before when buying health insurance, be it out loud or just in your head. Before every doctor visit or procedure, I ask it myself, too… However, I’ve only recently realized that what I’m asking is not what I really mean…

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What is a Qualified Health Plan?

If you’ve read some of our other articles, you may have noticed the phrase “qualified health plan” pop up a few times. If you call Health Choice One to speak with an agent to find a plan, you may hear the word then, too. So for that reason, it’s important that you understand what it […]

Common Health Insurance Terms Explained

“She has a really low premium and her copay for the doctor was only $25, but she found out she has to have surgery and hasn’t yet met her $3000 deductible. Her 80/20 coinsurance will kick in, though, and she’ll probably meet her out-of-pocket maximum.”

….does that sentence have you staring at your screen with a […]