The Affordable Care Act is still in effect for enrolling in 2021 plans. You may be wondering what options you have for coverage — and whether your budget can handle them. We're happy to help you sort out the key facts.
(And good news—we got them down to this one page!)
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) was enacted in 2010 to make health insurance available to every American and is still in effect for enrolling in 2020 plans. Key highlights:
An ACA-compliant health care plan should cover these basics:
Mylo is an independent broker who only guides you to plans that are ACA compliant—in a fast, friendly, easy-to-navigate online shop.
The Affordable Care Act established a specific time period when you can enroll in health insurance without a qualifying life event. Open Enrollment for 2021 health ended on Dec. 15, 2020 in most states.
Good news! If you live in one of these states, you have extra time to enroll.
Outside of Open Enrollment, you can still enroll in health insurance as long as you've had a life-changing event including:
Check out these six steps for enrolling in health insurance.
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