Americans can sign up for affordable health plan that meet their needs and their budgets at HealthCare.gov or their state Marketplace websites beginning . Open Enrollment runs through January 31, 2017. Health coverage can start as soon as for consumers who sign up by .
A new report showed that 2.5 million Americans who currently purchase off-Marketplace individual market coverage may qualify for tax credits if they shop for 2017 coverage through the Marketplace. Furthermore, new research analyzing gains in health insurance coverage from 2010-2015 found that Affordable Care Act coverage gains have been widely shared across key demographic categories of Americans, including income, age, geography, race and ethnicity.
Learn more about the Health Insurance Marketplace and dates/deadlines.
Pandemic Snap benefits: Those that have children on free and reduced lunch will receive their EBT card in the mail by the end of May if you are not already receiving SNAP benefits. It will be $319 per school aged child. You do not need to apply for this benefit. The DOE will provide your information to FSSA. https://www.in.gov/fssa/dfr/ 5767.htm?fbclid= IwAR0zhdr9tS1wMovtNNPngc55HCms QSX_4k_E_ GRAjPpNRHWF5ExZgCLUjOE