Your Guide to New York Health Insurance

The New York health insurance exchange is called New York State of Health. This is where eligible people (ie: people who aren't aren’t already covered by Medicaid, an employer, their parents, or Veterans Affairs) can find subsidized ACA plans. Sign up between November 1 and January 31 to ensure you get coverage.

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What to Know Before Choosing a Health Plan

Choosing the perfect plan involves a lot of work. You need to be familiar with health insurance jargon, know the differences between plan network types and metal tiers, and understand why you might want to consider switching to a new plan. We’ve compiled all these resources in one place to make it easy on you!

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Your Guide to Affording Health Insurance

Figuring out how to afford health insurance can be tricky. Luckily, we have figured out all the tricks that can make your dollars go further when it comes to health insurance. Read on to learn about how subsidies, HSAs, and calculating your income properly can all help make health insurance just a bit more affordable.

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Your Guide to Vermont Health Insurance

The Vermont health insurance exchange is called Vermont Health Connect. This is where eligible people (ie: people who aren't aren’t already covered by Medicaid, an employer, their parents, or Veterans Affairs) can find subsidized ACA plans. Sign up between November 1 and December 15 to ensure you get coverage.

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Your Guide to Minnesota Health Insurance

The Minnesota health insurance exchange is called MNsure. This is where eligible people (ie: people who aren't aren’t already covered by Medicaid, an employer, their parents, or Veterans Affairs) can find subsidized ACA plans. Sign up between November 1 and January 13 to ensure you get coverage.

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Estimating Your Dental Costs with Dental Insurance

Dental costs generally depend on several factors when you have dental insurance, including your specific plan, the type of dental care you receive, and whether or not your dentist is in-network. Read on to find out how dental insurance usually covers different levels of care and how to get a pre-treatment estimate.

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