While the future of the Affordable Care Act is debated in Washington, D.C., what remains constant and true is that it is important to continue to protect the health and financial future of you and your family. Broken bones, disease and other chronic conditions can happen at any time. Most are treatable and in some cases preventable if you have access to care and health insurance. If you’re uninsured, you’ll have to pay the full cost of treating that illness or injury. We can also connect you to financial assistance, if eligible to help you pay your premiums.
Purchasing health insurance can be complicated but we have several resources to help you navigate the process and make good use of your coverage once you have it, including how to:
- Apply for financial assistance
- Find the right plan
- Find free, in-person help to apply
- Use your health insurance once you are covered
- Find answers to frequently asked questions
Open Enrollment ended on Jan. 31 but Coloradans with special circumstances may still be able to apply. Join the thousands of Coloradans who already signed up for 2017 health insurance, and if you qualify, take advantage of the financial assistance to help you afford coverage. Did you know that last year, our customers saved an average of $294 per month with a tax credit? See if you qualify!
Avoid the Penalty
Make sure you are covered in 2017 to avoid a fine. The penalty for not having health insurance in 2017 will be $695 per person or 2.5% of your household income, whichever is greater.
Can I Still Enroll? Before You Shop, Browse 2017 Plans Estimate Your Savings Avoid the Penalty