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With few exceptions, all income is taken into consideration when determining whether or not you qualify for a subsidy. In fact, certain non-taxable income may need to be included when determining whether or not you qualify for Advance Premium Tax Credits (a subsidy).

The Affordable Care Act can make the cost of health insurance low enough to be within the reach of an individual who is out of work.

The first Affordable Care Act open enrollment period that started in October of 2013 ends on March 31, 2014. Unless you qualify for a special enrollment period, you will not be able to enroll in coverage until the next open enrollment period. The next open enrollment period starts on November 15, 2014 and ends on Valentine’s Day 2015.

How to pay your Blue Cross policy without a bill.

Do you qualify for an ObamaCare policy? Here are the basic requirements for the insurance and the tax credits (subsidies) that make the plans more affordable for many.

Should you keep your Grandfathered health insurance plan? What is a Grandfathered plan? Why some will benefit from buying a 2013 plan while they are still available.

In order to qualify for a subsidy, an individual will be required to purchase through an exchange. You can use the same broker you have used in the past providing he or she is certified to sell through the exchange. (Our agency will be!)