Health Insurance Provider in Flat Rock Discussed Christmas Eve ObamaCare Enrollment Deadline
After the Christmas Eve deadline for the ObamaCare enrollment, people can make use of their policies bought from their provider. Health insurance provider in Flat Rock Frost & Remer shares what consumers can do to address the enrollment deadline.
Health insurance provider in Flat Rock Frost & Remer shares what consumers can do to address the enrollment deadline.
For those who met the deadline and are still waiting for their enrollment to be processed, Frost & Remer (http://www.insurancebyfrost.com) shares that users may need a few more days for their application to reach their health insurance provider in Flat Rock and to make sure that it has been processed successfully. Those who didn’t click “pay now” may need to send their first monthly payment for their premiums by January 10. Until consumers are paid for their first month, they won’t be covered.
It is essential for anyone to learn about the details of their health plan. Items such as coverage, out-of-pocket payments and the plans network is crucial.
For those who weren’t able to meet the Christmas Eve deadline, they can still sign up. They may have no health care for a month, but their coverage will start at on February 1 as they enroll and pay before the middle of January 2014. One can search for their local health insurance company by looking for health insurance plans available in Flat Rock. Click the link “See Plans Before I Apply” at the HealthCare.gov website.
The health care enrollment ends on March 31. For anyone who will miss that deadline, they will have to pay for a tax penalty, which is 1% of their income. Some people may qualify for exemption.
Those who are able to obtain health care may be relieved of their woes for the first few months of the coming 2014. However, consumers are still tangled with the strings of confusion brought about by the new Obamacare mandate. Unless they qualify for Medicaid, they might have to pay a monthly fee to their health insurance companyfor their coverage. A certain amount called the deductible is needed before the company covers actual medical expenses.
Despite the confusion, health care is crucial to any worker. Frost & Remer lists down its benefits at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnDXlgbkaFg.
About Frost, Remer, and Mercure Financial Services, Inc.: Established In 1989 as an independent insurance agency serving the states Michigan, Ohio, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin with their primary focus on Southeast Michigan and Northern Ohio.
Their mission is to provide reliable insurance advice, quality service and honest claims advocacy at affordable pricing for individual, business and farm owners insurance needs by placing their clients’ insurance policies with insurance company partners that are well respected within the industry and are financially sound.
For more information about how they can help provide the right financial protection for you, visit http://www.InsuranceByFrost.com.
Frost and Remer Insurance
Jeff Frost, AAI
Tel: (734) 794-3072
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