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Frequently-asked questions about health insurance

Our insurance experts answer the questions our readers ask most.

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What’s the deadline to get coverage during Obamacare’s open enrollment period? Read answer

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I enrolled through the exchange and I’m happy with my coverage. Do I have to go through that again, or can I just let my plan renew? Read answer

ACA open enrollment is November 1, 2015 to January 31, 2016.

What are the ACA’s enrollment periods and when can I enroll outside of the open enrollment period? Read answer

When I file my taxes, my preparer asks me if I have health insurance. How is that any of their business?

When I file my taxes, my preparer asks me if I have health insurance. How is that any of their business? Read answer

What type of exchange does my state have?

What type of health insurance exchange does my state have? Read answer

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Is the IRS saying I’ll have to pay more for my health insurance next year? Read answer

Can health insurance premiums from the exchange be a deduction on my taxes?

Can I deduct my exchange premiums when I file taxes next year? Read answer

Are braces covered under Obamacare?

Pediatric dental is one of the essential health benefits on new plans. Does that mean that my insurance will cover braces for my son? Read answer

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We’re moving 50 miles, but staying in the same state. Is that a qualifying event? Read answer

My employer offers coverage to our whole family, but only pays the premiums for my coverage; my kids’ premium is payroll deducted in full. Can I buy individual policies for my children instead?

My employer offers coverage to our whole family, but only pays the premiums for my coverage; my kids’ premium is payroll deducted in full. Can I buy individual policies for my children instead? Read answer