How Much Are You Paying in State Health Exchange Fees WEB

How Much Are You Paying in State Health Exchange Fees?

After the close of the 2015 health insurance open enrollment period, the federal marketplace boasted a 61% increase in sign-ups on healthcare.gov. But the 14 state exchanges had little to talk about, posting a meager 12% increase in enrollments – just 2.8 million new people.1

What Millennials Think About Health Insurance Exchanges WEB

What Millennials Think About Health Insurance Exchanges

In a recent two-part survey organized by GenRe Life Corporation, researchers asked individuals about their thoughts and perspectives regarding health insurance exchanges. Consumers interviewed were required to have at least some knowledge of a health insurance exchange, although a majority of interviewees had a health insurance plan through their employer.

Little Known Rule Gives Millions Access to Healthcare Plans WEB

Little Known Rule Gives Millions Access to Healthcare Plans

On Monday, April 20, 2015, over 68,000 individuals had taken advantage of the federal government’s extended open enrollment period, which allows individuals and families to enroll in an Obamcare healthcare plan to avoid paying a fine on their 2015 taxes.1 The standard open enrollment period was extended after it was determined approximately 6 million people were surprised to learn they had to pay a tax penalty for not having coverage when filing their 2014 income taxes.