More than 400,000 Americans have enrolled in the last month alone, reflecting increased financial help and more advertising.
We want to hear from people who enrolled for health insurance about their experiences signing up.
Nearly everyone with a marketplace health plan can seek more financial help. Many uninsured Americans and people who buy their insurance elsewhere can also benefit.
The stimulus bill spends billions to help more Americans buy affordable health insurance. But getting those dollars will take some work, and some waiting.
The new three-month sign-up period begins Feb. 15, as millions of people have lost their jobs and insurance in the pandemic.
Millions of middle-income earners may find that paying for their own health care is a huge burden. Here are some tips.
Millions lost their insurance, along with their jobs, during the pandemic. But many people are eligible for financial help.
It’s open enrollment season for the Affordable Care Act. Anyone who needs insurance for next year can pick a plan now.
The money grows tax free, and can act as a sort of 401(k) for future health needs if invested. But just 6 percent of account holders do invest the savings.
Costs are expected to rise about 4 to 5 percent, in line with increases in recent years, as employers seek to avoid adding to their workers’ stress.