Get ready to enroll in your 2021 individual and family healthcare plan with this guided checklist. Open enrollment begins Nov. 1 and ends Dec. 15. Consider how much health insurance you and your family will need. Make a list of your family’s current and anticipated healthcare needs for the coming year. This includes surgeries, medicines or frequent medical care. Understand the plans available The Affordable … Continue reading Prepare for the Open Enrollment Period for individuals and families
How do you know if you are buying health insurance or a health benefit plan? Both are options Kansans will have this year as they consider their health coverage, but they are not created equal and some can leave you without necessary coverage. Check out our side-by-side breakdown of both options to understand the benefits and limitations you need to know before you make any … Continue reading What’s the difference between health insurance and a health benefit plan?
Updated Oct. 1, 2021– The health insurance marketplace (healthcare.gov) open enrollment period will run Nov. 1, 2021 through Jan. 15, 2022. If you are uninsured, or underinsured, you can sign up for a 2022 health insurance plan. Open enrollment can be an intimidating process – especially if you’re doing it on your own. We want to help you feel more prepared and confident during open … Continue reading Your open enrollment toolkit for individual insurance
Updated February 15, 2021– The health insurance marketplace (healthcare.gov) has reopened under a special open enrollment period running from Feb. 15 through Aug. 15. If you are uninsured, or underinsured, you can now sign up for a 2021 health insurance plan. As we approach open enrollment season this fall, we want to help you feel informed when selecting an individual health insurance plan that meets … Continue reading 5 tips to select a high-quality individual insurance plan that meets your needs and budget