Choice Enrollment Blog
If you already have health insurance, you’re already reaping the “peace of mind” benefits. Along with that, you won’t also be required to pay for penalties when you file your taxes. But what if you’ve only had coverage for several months in a year? Or you received financial aid from the government to reduce your monthly payments? Here are some things you should know about health insurance and taxes.
The costs of health insurance continue to rise as the years go by. Costs vary widely depending on the insurer as well as your policy. Choosing the right policy for your needs may be confusing. In fact, you can end up paying more than what is necessary if you aren’t careful enough.
There are a lot of health insurers out there that offer similar products. It is important to understand each of their terms to know which one addresses your needs best. Choosing the right coverage is one thing, becoming a smart policyholder is another. Read on to learn how you can maximize your benefits of health insurance.
We know you have a lot of questions about health insurance. Here at Choice Enrollment, we want you to be well-informed of your investment. We’ve gathered five most common questions our clients ask, so read on.
Health insurance is probably not the first place most Millennials want to spend their hard-earned money. It's hard to imagine health insurance being as enjoyable as a huge flat screen TVs or an iPad. But even still, the investment in health insurance is one that every millennial needs to make.
Being unemployed can be financially painful to say the least. You may find yourself dependent on someone else to cover your daily expenses such as a place to live and food to eat. Health insurance is something that everyone needs and not enough people have because of these other financial burdens. Any emergency such as a car accident or broken bone will require adequate medical assistance. What do you do when you don't have insurance here in Colorado and can't afford expensive medical bills? If you are unemployed, you need to find health insurance to prevent this from happening.
Most people sign up for a gym class to build muscles and get that summer-ready body. But there are several more reasons why it’s beneficial to exercise other than sharing your post-worthy photos in social media. Read these seven benefits of exercising that would help you become mentally and physically healthy according to Mayo Clinic.
Open enrollment in Colorado is the window of time when people can enroll in a new health insurance plan. Here in Colorado in 2016, the Open Enrollment Period is November 1, 2015 through January 31, 2016.
If you’re shopping for health insurance one factor that can play a large role in the price of your policy as well as the benefits you’ll receive are the copays, deductibles, and coinsurance. But what are they and how do they effect your overall medical expenses?
Whether you are seeking a personal health-insurance-policy for your family or choosing among various health insurance options that your respective employer is offering, there are a number of factors to carefully take into account. It's important to consider your healthcare usage against the types of insurance plans available to you such as Health-Maintenance-Organizations (HMOs), Preferred-Provider-Organizations (PPO), High-Deductible-Health-Plans (HDHPs) and Indemnity Health Plan.