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Open Enrollment In California Is OPEN Again!
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Because of the Corona virus outbreak, Covered CA has reopened the enrollment period in California. Anyone that does not have health insurance may now enroll and get a health plan.
This new enrollment period will last until June 30th.
Be careful if you rush off to enroll somewhere else. Only a few of the insurance companies will let you enroll directly with them. The limited number that will let you apply directly with them will change as time goes on. But for now, it is better that you ask us about the insurance company you want to enroll with.
Before you choose a plan, A MUST READ is our blog post “California Open Enrollment 2020” to find out what’s changed and how to tackle the decision about getting a new health plan.
Once you finish that post, check out our analysis of the Best Health Insurance Plans in San Diego County. We’ve updated it to show the top health insurance plans for 2020.
If you live anywhere else in CA, then here’s the analysis of plans in the rest of CA, “What Is The Most Affordable Health Insurance In California?”
Grandfathered Plans Rate Increases
Every year, many grandfathered health insurance plans are terminated by the insurance companies. The reasons are varied. Enrollment in the plans is too small, or the necessary rate increase to keep the plan alive is too high. If you would like to see if there is a better health plan for you, then get a health insurance quote here.
Check back often for new updates!
THE MEDICARE ADVANTAGE OPEN ENROLLMENT PERIOD Ended March 31st!
This Medicare open enrollment period has closed. At this point, you must be turning 65 or have a qualifying event in order to enroll in or change Medicare health plans.
Call us for more details on what you can and can’t do.