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Annual Marketplace Open Enrollment is almost upon us. Open Enrollment is a period of time when individuals finalize their selection for a health plan for the upcoming year. This year the open enrollment period is 3 months long, compared to the 6 month period available in 2013/2014.
For the last 6 months, there has been a lot of news surrounding the opening of the state - based marketplaces (also known as exchanges) as a new way to purchase health insurance associated with the Affordable Care Act. In addition, widespread discussion surrounding the challenges that many of the marketplace websites have experienced have made people more confused about what options they actually do have to secure coverage. Here are a few ways that you can secure comprehensive coverage right now!
The Obama Administration has very recently postponed a requirement until 2016 that all mid-sized employers (50-99 employees) offer health insurance to those employees who work at least 30 hours a week. This mandate was previously delayed until 2015. Also larger employers (100 or more) will only have to provide insurance to 70% of their full-time employees in 2014 and 95% in the next year. This extension has implications for both employers to make the transition and individual employees who would otherwise have benefited immediately from this mandate.
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