As of Friday, Jan. 15 more than 11.45 million individuals had signed up for healthcare on the Federal Facilitated Marketplace (FFM) in the 38 states that use the national exchange.
With only two weeks left to sign up for health insurance for 2016, the projected final figure is 14.7 million for the FFM. Other states, like California, have their own exchanges. Another 3 million is expected to sign up in those states.
Nevada has seen the number of citizens signed up increase from 73,596 going into the 2016 signup period to 88,000, as of Friday.
That is an increase of 120 percent for Nevada over 2015.
Those who have yet to sign up only have until Sunday, Jan. 31 to do so.
If you need help, Affordable Healthcare Pros can assist you a NO CHARGE.
The penalty for not having insurance is a minimum of a $695 fine for an individual or 2.5 percent of your adjusted gross income.
If one person in the family fails to enroll, each member of the family will be fined. Cost is $347.50 for each child who is not covered.
For assistance, call us a one of the following number or visit our office at 2307 N. Carson Street in Carson City:
Office Number: 775-883-3414.
Carson City Numbers: 775-450-6769; 775-450-6867, 775-450-7754 or 775-224-7169.
Or Las Vegas lines: 702- 721-3657 or 702-721-3810.
We offer a wide variety of health insurance coverage and can take care of your healthcare needs – both on and off exchanges in both Nevada and California.
Ron Bliss is a former long-time sports writer who has been doing health insurance since 2009. He is certified on both Covered California and the Nevada Health Link and can sell products on and off both exchanges. Affordable Healthcare Pros also offers a variety of dental plans to include dental-vision-hearing plans in both states, as well as a wide variety of Medicare supplements and other health supplemental products to include critical illness, short-term care, disability, plans to cover in-home or nursing home costs, accidents and hospital indemnity policies.
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