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It is important that you know your rights and know your privileges concerning ObamaCare. It would be wrong to assume that you will get no assistance. Not filling out the paperwork would be the worse thing you could do. The official enrollment deadline was on Feb 15, 2015 and will re-open on Nov 15, 2015. You can still apply for other plans and avoid the penalty. Click here – Free Health Insurance Quote. You can also speak to a live agent by calling, (877) 959-4210. You will be required to have some type of insurance coverage in order to avoid the penalty. If you own a business with more than 50 employees or more than 99 employees, you should know the rights and obligations you have for those employees.

Some American citizens, individuals and business owners, will choose to remain with their current health plan and that is acceptable to do. Those people in low-to middle-income brackets will be able to buy federally monitored and regulated insurance though online state marketplaces if they do not have a current affordable option. There will be a collection of information and a site calculator to see what programs people may be eligible for through the marketplace. This plan allows for the more than 45 million uninsured Americans to get affordable health care.

The ObamaCare program for health care has set a number of various and staggered goals. There are plans to be met by the end of 2014, criteria to be met by the end of 2015, and goals relative to small businesses to be met by 2016. Failure for meeting these goals will result in penalties and stiff fines. If you are uninsured or own a business with more than 50 people who you are not providing insurance for, you will want to familiarize yourself with all parts of ObamaCare for your state.

Five Top Plans in the ObamaCare Marketplace.

There are five available plan groups, Catastrophic, Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum.

  • Catastrophic Plan: There are several qualification for this plan which include being under 30 years of age, or in a “hardship exemption” (meaning it has been determine you can afford the buy health coverage) Although this will be the lowest cost plan (assuming you qualified), the out-of-pocket co-payments and deductibles will be high.
  • The Bronze plans – This is the lowest cost of the standard plans. Lower premium cost will also translate into a smaller allowed coverage. The actuarial value, meaning the amount of coverage the insurance company will pay on your behalf is 60%. In other words, if you have a $100 medical bill the insurance company will be $60 and you will be responsive for the $40 balance.
  • The silver plans – This plan is slightly more expensive then the Bronze plan. However, it will get you a 70% actuarial value. Meaning you will pay out of pocket 30% with the insurance company covering the 70%.
  • The Gold plans – The Gold Plan is a bit more expensive than the Silver plan. At an 80% actuarial value, means that the Insurance company will cover 80% of your medical expenses, you will need to pay the 20% balance.
  • The platinum plans – The Most expensive plan is the Platinum. This means that you will get a higher actuarial value, in this case 90%. This means you need to come up with just 10% of the cost while the insurance company coverage the rest.

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Obamacare 2015 Changes

Not a lot of changes have been brought to the Affordable Care Act compared to previous years. But the few changes that are present may mean the difference between being covered and having to pay out of pocket the next time you visit the doctor. As is with every new year, the costs of health care have augmented…READ MORE

Marketplace by State

You can enroll in a Marketplace or exchange via online or at the actual storefront. At each state site you will find the unique benefits, the network providers, the important contact information, as well as a calculator used to help you gauge what your costs might be for coverage…READ MORE

ObamaCare Benefits

All offered plans must have ten identified essential benefits. All plans sold in individual and small group arenas, including those sold off and on the state marketplaces, and government plans like Medicare and Medicaid hold the ten essential benefits. READ MORE

ObamaCare Difficulties

Unfortunately, there have been a few problems with implementing ObamaCare. The official site has had technical and formatting access problems that prevented consumers from logging in properly.READ MORE

How to Sign up for ObamaCare

You can sign up for ObamaCare online at your state’s individual marketplace site. If you do not have access to a computer, you may call at (877) 959-4210 or visit a marketplace office. READ MORE

How to Apply for Obama Care

Before you begin to apply for ObamaCare, make sure to check all plans and prices available in your specific regions. Once you have done your homework, then you can begin the application process. READ MORE


It is important to read all of the rules on eligibility for the marketplace. You may find you meet criteria for some benefits or subsidies, but not all of them. Gather all of you documents and data prior to beginning the process. READ MORE

Deadline to Apply

The first deadline for ObamaCare has passed. The period was considered a great success and the plan looks very promising. The Next open enrollment for ObamaCare applications for health care coverage will again open back up on November 15, 2015. READ MORE

Obamacare Price

The price of ObamaCare for most people will be approximately 3 % to 9.5% of their total earned income. Monetary assistance will be given to low to middle income Americans who buy on the health insurance marketplace. There is an onsite calculator to help determine that amount. READ MORE

Impact on Small Business

There have been many studies on the outcome and impact of ObamaCare on the small businessman and his business. It appears from the evidence gained and then studied from the first enrollment period that there are positive as well as negative impacts on small businesses. READ MORE

Obamacare FACTS

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  • The good new is that Subsidies are given as refundable tax credits.
  • Actual premium amount of your coverage will also take into consideration your income, health, size of family, and location.
  • All health insurance sold on includes all the new benefits, rights and protections of the Affordable Care Act.
  • The exact amount you will need to pay will be dependent upon your income and size of household. The actual subsidy will also be influenced by the Federal poverty line.
  • The Health insurance companies in some states are not required to offer a plan in every tier. However, each of the insurance companies must provide at least one plan in the Silver and Gold Categories.


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