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Health Insurance Basics: Maximum Out of Pocket Expenses

Health Insurance Basics: Maximum Out of Pocket Expenses

The year has begun, insurance secured on the exchanges has started, and for those with calendar-year (marketplace) plans, the clock has reset on deductibles and out-of-pocket maximums. But what is an out-of-pocket maximum and how does your limit affect your healthcare...

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Understanding Your Off-Marketplace Options

Understanding Your Off-Marketplace Options

Open Enrollment is upon us, and that means that millions of Americans will be securing health coverage for 2021 using the Federal and State Marketplaces. But with the ACA individual mandate reduced to zero in many states, you might have additional options that could...

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Open Enrollment Primer: Federal, State, or Partnership?

Open Enrollment Primer: Federal, State, or Partnership?

Health insurance is a complicated topic. From trying to understand the alchemy of picking a coverage level to seeing if you will be able to keep your doctor under a new plan, it’s often a challenge to get what you want and need out of your health coverage....

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Open Enrollment Begins November 1: What Can You Expect?

Open Enrollment Begins November 1: What Can You Expect?

2020 has been a challenging year for many individuals. Following the outbreak of the coronavirus and the subsequent lockdowns, many Americans have seen changes in their living and working situations. While some have benefitted, embracing work from home and realizing...

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Managing Health Insurance During and After a Divorce

Managing Health Insurance During and After a Divorce

The lockdowns, turmoil, and election year coverage have presented us with a lot of intriguing situations. We’re consuming more media than ever, we’re spending more time in the house, and we’re seeing our significant others a lot more. For Better or for Worse? New...

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