With the recent election and an ongoing pandemic to worry about — not to mention the rapidly approaching holiday season — you may not realize that open enrollment for health insurance started earlier this month. The annual signup period to get major medical benefits under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) kicked off on November 1st… Continue Reading ›

If you’re transitioning from military to civilian life, then you’ve likely got a lot on your plate. But healthcare coverage should be one of your top priorities. Health insurance for veterans comes in a variety of forms. Understanding the options will help you figure out which one makes sense for you. VA Health Care VA… Continue Reading ›

With a little over a month until open enrollment for health insurance starts in the U.S., it’s time to start thinking about your coverage for next year. You might have heard that you can save money using a premium tax credit or “subsidy.”  It’s true. A premium subsidy can help lower the cost of health… Continue Reading ›

Despite an uptick in awareness campaigns in recent years, mental illness still feels like a hush-hush topic for many people. But if you’re dealing with a mental health issue, know you’re not alone. In fact, mental illness affects about 19% of American adults each year.  That’s nearly 1 out of every 5 adults in the… Continue Reading ›

As summer winds down and the school year draws near, you’re probably already making lists of all the things you need to do to prepare for the upcoming change in season. Did “check the kids’ immunization records” make the cut? If not, it should. Whether you’re sending your kids to school in person, keeping them… Continue Reading ›

As we head into July, health insurance might be the last thing on your mind — if it even makes the list. With four months to go until open enrollment for marketplace coverage and half a year left with your current plan, you probably haven’t given that insurance you bought last fall much thought. That… Continue Reading ›