Does the open enrollment extension work the same in every state?
I’ve heard the federal government pays for the Medicaid expansion, but only for a few years. Then the state is on the hook for costs?
Does extended open enrollment beyond March 31 apply to plans purchased outside of the exchange?
I will be retiring from my job in August and moving to a new state. Do I have to establish residency there before I can apply for ACA coverage?
I am a 21-year-old dependent living with my parents. I have no wife or kids, so do I apply for health insurance as a household of one and list only my own income? Or do I have to be on my parents’ insurance?
I heard risk pools are closing. I have a pre-existing condition and can’t afford to have a coverage gap. What should I do?
If I qualify for Medicaid, should I worry about the March 31 deadline for open enrollment?
I’ve heard that to qualify for an open enrollment extension, I need to begin my application by March 31. But what do they mean by that?
If I begin my application now but don’t complete it by March 31, will I still be able to get coverage this year?