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Did you miss the open enrollment for Obamacare (Affordable Care Act) deadline?

Are you needing health insurance, but failed to enroll into Obamacare (Affordable Care Act) by the November 15 2020 deadline?

Due to the nation’s experiences with the COVID-19 epidemic, President Biden has signed an executive order to reopen enrollment to Obamacare. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has reopened and you have until May 15 to apply. Apply for insurance now before April first and start receiving coverage on April 1st. Apply during the month of April and start coverage on May 1st.

Choose from major insurance providers such as: Kaiser, Blue Cross & Blue Shield, and local providers that cater to your state of residence.

There will be four different marketplace plans to choose from: bronze, silver, and gold.

  • Bronze: Lowest monthly premium; highest out-of-pocket costs. Deductibles can be thousands of dollars a year.
  • Silver: Moderate monthly premiums; moderate out-of-pocket costs.
  • Gold: High monthly premiums; lower out-of-pocket costs; low deductibles.
  • Platinum: Highest monthly premiums; lowest out-of-pocket costs; lowest deductibles.

Depending on your household income, you may be eligible to receive a grant that will go straight to your healthcare provide to help you cover the cost of your monthly premium.

Enroll Now: https://www.healthcare.gov/

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Miles J. Edwards

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