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At Get Insure you can compare plans and find affordable health care. We provide a range of all-inclusive programmes for people of all ages, including singles, families, and business owners.
Plans under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are intended to provide Americans with affordable or free access to dependable health insurance. In other words, they guard you against unforeseen medical costs. You might be qualified for this benefit if you are:

1. A US citizen or resident
2. Under the age of 65
3. Making less than $50,000 per year

What is the Healthcare Marketplace?

The Healthcare Marketplace was created with the passing of the Affordable Care Act. State-level and federal-level divisions are separate and different. 37 states participate in the federal exchange, while 14 only participate in the state exchange. Be prepared to conduct some local research to find reasonably priced plans in your area since not all insurance providers are mandated to give the Healthcare Marketplace information about their plans and costs.

The Health Insurance Marketplace is another name for the Healthcare Marketplace. It is a website that the government of the United States runs. When you there, you may quickly start looking for plans by entering a few personal information about yourself.

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    ACA Health Insurance FAQs

    Let's address some frequently asked health insurance issues on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Marketplace so you can make the best decision possible.

    Health insurance plans available through the ACA Marketplace can be purchased by an individual, not through their employer or another government-run programme like Medicare or Medicaid. ObamaCare and Individual & Family Plans are two more names you might hear. The ACA’s health insurance policies are marketed through the health insurance Marketplace, commonly known as the Exchange.

    The cost of health insurance plans can vary widely depending on a number of factors, including the level of coverage, the insurance company, the individual’s age and health status, and the location where they live. Generally speaking, health insurance plans can range from a few hundred dollars per month to several thousand dollars per month, depending on the specific plan and the individual’s circumstances.

    An illness you had prior to the start of your health plan is known as a pre-existing condition. A pre-existing condition cannot be used as a reason for a company offering ACA Marketplace health plans that meet minimum essential coverage requirements to refuse to cover you or to charge you more.