There are set dates each year when individuals and families can buy or change their health insurance. This time period is called "Open Enrollment." For 2018, Open Enrollment has ended.
Besides knowing when you can enroll, you may have other questions, too. How long does it take to get your health insurance in place once you sign up? What do you need to know about the federal government’s health care laws before buying your plan? What types of federal financial aid are available? Get answers to these questions and more by checking out the sections below.
Open Enrollment and Special Enrollment Periods
What if something major happens in your life outside of the Open Enrollment Period and you need to buy or change your health insurance? Find out about the Special Enrollment Period and how it differs from the Open Enrollment Period.
Qualifying for Savings with Federal Financial Assistance
Are you looking for ways to save money on your health insurance? Find out about two kinds of federal aid that you may be able to get.