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Affordable health insurance: Obamacare - The start date of the Affordable Care Act’s fourth open enrollment period on November 1 is definitely important, but it's only one of a several important enrollment dates.

  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/quotes/ Get a free quote for health insurance - Get a free online quote for health insurance. Just enter your ZIP code to get started.
  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/obamacare/subsidy-calculator/ 2017 Obamacare subsidy calculator - An impressive 85 percent of Americans shopping in the exchanges will receive subsidies. If you're worried about the cost of premiums, use our subsidy calculator to see how much you'd save.
  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/obamacare/obamacare-penalty-calculator/ Will you owe a penalty under Obamacare? - If you decide not to purchase coverage and remain uninsured, you can use the calculator on this page to determine the size of the penalty you would pay. But here's the good news: many uninsured Americans are exempt from the penalty, and premium subsidies are making health insurance affordable - often for the first time - for millions of people.
  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/obamacare-enrollment-guide/ What’s in our updated Guide to Open Enrollment? - Systems are improving with each successive Obamacare open enrollment period, but that doesn’t mean selecting and enrolling in a plan is simple or intuitive. Here's what you need to know about.
  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/special-enrollment-guide/why-you-need-this-book/ Why a guide to special enrollment periods? - Open enrollment may be over, but the door to ACA-compliant health coverage is still open for millions of Americans. If you're one of them, our Insider's Guide to Special Enrollment is for you.
  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/obamacare/qualifying-events-that-can-get-you-coverage/ Qualifying events that can get you coverage - Even if you missed the general open enrollment, you could still have an opportunity to enroll in an ACA-compliant plan this year if you experience a qualifying event. In that case, you have a special open enrollment period – generally 60 days – during which you can enroll in a new plan on or off-exchange, or switch to a different plan.
  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/dental-insurance/ Dental insurance at healthinsurance.org - You’re reclined in the dentist’s chair. The nitrous oxide is beginning to kick in and suddenly you are floating. Ahhhh. Modern dentistry can take a lot of pain out of a simple filling. Unfortunately, it does little to dull the pain you’ll feel in your wallet when you climb out…
  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/short-term-health-insurance/ Short-term health insurance: a bridge to 2018? - For 3 million in the coverage gap and nearly 13 million priced out of ACA-compliant coverage, short-term health insurance could be a much-needed bridge.
  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/group-health-insurance/ Small group health insurance at healthinsurance.org - Of the U.S. citizens who have health coverage, the vast majority – nearly 60 percent – secure that coverage through group health insurance, and then – typically – through an employer-sponsored health plan. Even while employer-sponsored coverage has been declining – down from 64.2 percent in 2000 – millions continue to take advantage…
  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/travel-insurance/ Travel health insurance at healthinsurance.org - It’s summertime, and vacations are in full swing. If your travels will take you outside the United States, you’re probably making a list and checking it twice. Passport? Check. International cell phone plan? Check. Health insurance? “But I already have health insurance, why do I need to worry about that?”…
  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/blog/ Expert analysis of the latest health reform issues - Respected health policy wonks and industry experts cut through the political noise to explain what health reform — including Obamacare — will mean to your family.
  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/state-health-insurance-exchanges/ The state of your health insurance marketplace - Under the ACA, states can run their own health insurance exchanges or leave the process entirely to the federal government. But there are some exchange management systems that fall somewhere in between those two extremes, and several states have taken an active role in at least a portion of their own exchange. Our state-by-state exchange guides include current events in each state's exchange, as well as a historical overview.
  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/faqs/ Frequently-asked questions about health insurance - The Health Insurance Resource Center answers your questions about health care, health insurance, and health reform.
  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/glossary/ Health insurance and Obamacare terms - Official site, Health Insurance Resource Center. Quotes on individual health insurance, family insurance and self-employed medical plans. Since 1994.
  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/medicaid/ Medicaid coverage in your state - Medicaid expansion was a heavily debated topic during the 2015 legislative session in many states, and that’s likely to continue in 2016. Our Medicaid section provides updated state-by-state information on the current status of Medicaid expansion, along with general information about each state’s program. If you’re curious about what’s going on in your state, check it out.
  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/obamacare/ Obamacare and how it affects your health insurance - Learn the ins and outs of finding affordable health insurance in the age of Obamacare. All about comparing companies, choosing plans, and making sense of the exchanges.
  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/states/ State health insurance guides - Obamacare has been the law of the land since 2010, and the majority of its provisions were implemented nationwide in 2014. But there is still significant disparity from one state to another when it comes to overall health, access to healthcare, and health insurance options.
  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/about/ About healthinsurance.org - Created in 1994, healthinsurance.org is one of the longest running sources of in-depth information about health insurance for consumers. Back then – when web sites were really just picking up steam – the site was known as the Health Insurance Resource Center.
  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/other-coverage/ Beyond the Affordable Care Act - Beyond the Affordable Care Act: Insight and analysis into health insurance issues not related to Obamacare.
  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/privacy/ healthinsurance.org’s privacy policy -   This privacy policy discloses the information privacy practices for healthinsurance.org, the Web site you are currently visiting. We are not a government site; we are the oldest, independent consumer site devoted to helping consumers understand health insurance and Obamacare. We are writers, editors, artists and policy people. You can read…
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  • https://www.healthinsurance.org/scholarship/ The 2016 Health Wonk Scholarship - healthinsurance.org is pleased to announce the 2014 Health Wonk Scholarship, an award that recognizes the work of students in many disciplines who are working to improve population health and improve the quality of health insurance coverage for all Americans.

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  • Jenn - Time it right and you can SAVE!

    I have been using Quickbooks with Enhanced Payroll for several years. I run a small business and have less than three employees. Each year I purchase the bundled version of the newest Quickbooks and Enhanced Payroll from Amazon. I can purchase BOTH for less than a single year subscription to Payroll alone through Intuit. Since I have less than three employees, I have no additional fees and never have to give Intuit my credit card.

  • Web Buyer - Hidden Fees, Impossible to Cancel, and spotty service coverage.

    I've had freedompop since they started offering service (so a couple years now) and each month I'm charged for a handful of small fees. The service coverage is terrible, so I can rarely get online enough to use it, and they charge an "inactivity fee" if you don't use the service. (How's that for a catch-22??) I've tried canceling, but the bills keep coming. It seems like the only way to truly cancel is to call them and reach someone with authority to do that, but each time I've been transferred around until I was dropped or was told that department was closed.

  • John S. Smith - Awesome for the value

    Although this is not a RolsRoyce of the hot plates, for the value is awesome. It does what it promised and it does it pretty well. The only thing I would note here is the fact that it has a bit too short cord (real short ) and that the plate needs to be left to "burn" for several hours. The smell of Vaseline / oil was so pronounced that it took a day to get it out.

  • shawn louis gandy - Worked like a charm

    Worked like a charm. My wife and I prank each other and I got these for her. She is a diet fanatic. These little bears, sure did a big job. My wife, thought she had food poisoning. She ended up losing weight so she couldn't be that upset. Definitely going to buy more.

  • Debi Deutsch - Great for either standing or sitting

    We are using these in lieu of more expensive stand-up desks. They work well for standard sized monitors; however, our oversized and our Apple monitors are not supported well enough.

  • Sherry Armstrong - The box was smashed but sprayer was fine. There were no seeds in the package

    Product was shipped in a box within a plastic bag. The box was smashed but sprayer was fine. There were no seeds in the package. A total waste of money. I have no idea if this method of seeding would have worked or not because I didn't receive the seed package. I would never buy this again.


    This product does not work!!! I usually don't write reviews on products but because I wasted my money and time for 2 months I had to warn other people. Please try another product honestly you won't get the results they promise. And this is coming from an honest consumer. Thank you and you have been warned.