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The Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare, is still in effect. There are and have been many court cases addressing this law and the intricacies of it, most recently the fine that one has to pay if they are not insured. Did you know that even if you missed the March deadline, you may still be able to purchase healthcare through the official website, healthcare.gov? You may also still be able to purchase through another, more ‘private’ provider. Additionally, you can apply for Medicaid at any time of the year, you need to check with you local health department or social services office in order to determine eligibility.

Even if you already have health insurance for 2014, of course, you’ll need to have health insurance for 2015. There’s no better time to begin looking for options for the upcoming year. If you live in North Carolina, there’s a website that can assist in getting quotes and insurance. NC Health Agency can get you on the right track. Many people have found insurance here and you can too. NC Health Agency is linked with Blue Cross Blue Shield, so you know there are a multitude of plans, prices, and coverage options.

I know as we prepare for the upcoming year and changes we’re making in our lives now, we’ll be looking for the right health insurance coverage for us.

Finding Health Insurance
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  • September 18, 2014 at 7:22 pm
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    This is great information. We’re struggling big time with the drastic increase in my husbands insurance. Ironically, we do live in North Carolina too. We wanted to cut myself and my son from my husbands insurance, since we now pay almost $500 per month and have a $5,000 deductible that we will never meet. But we have to wait until April to remove us from his plan, according to his plans policy. It’s complete BS and it’s impacted us more than I can even begin to talk about. So much for helping the middle class.
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    • September 18, 2014 at 9:06 pm
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      Emily, I understand completely. Hun’s insurance change as a result of the Affordable Care Act really weren’t good options for us, both from the stance of coverage to the price. My opinion is that the middle class has gotten more screwed and if you don’t have ‘approved’ insurance, you have to pay a fine, which increases each year. :/

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