The 2024 Federal Health Care Marketplace is officially open for business as of November 1st and will run through January 15th, 2024. The deadline for coverage starting on January 1, 2024 is December 15th. For those who enroll in a health
plan between December 16th and January 15th, coverage will likely begin on February 1st.
In addition, many states operate their own state-based health insurance exchanges. Several of these individual states have an Open Enrollment Period that also begins on November 1st (alongside healthcare.gov) but extends longer than the
federal marketplace in some cases.
During the open enrollment period, health insurance shoppers can enroll in Affordable Care Act (ACA) health plans offered by private health insurance companies (like Blue Cross Blue Shield® and other top carriers). Much of
the time, shoppers will be entitled to income-based subsidies that will reduce their out-of-pocket costs for health insurance premiums. In years past, as many as 85% of health insurance shoppers were eligible for these subsidies. Plans
change from year to year so it makes sense to compare quotes and see if you can lower your rates.
ACA health plans are not right for everybody as all individuals and families have unique healthcare needs. In addition to ACA health plans, there are MANY other affordable health plan types available 365 days a year such as short-term
health plans and health sharing plans, among others.
Short Term Plans in particular can be very good options. They are typically very affordable and can go into effect at midnight of the day you enroll. Meaning you don't have to wait until the 1st day of month etc. for coverage to be
effective. Plans are typically available from top carriers such as Blue Cross Blue Shield®, Anthem®, UnitedHealth®, Humana® and Aetna® among other top-rated
To begin shopping for the health insurance plan that best fits YOUR needs, simply complete this short form or call (888) 592-5448 toll-free to speak to a courteous
licensed agent to begin. It's easy!
Quotes are FREE and there is absolutely no obligation whatsoever.
*Actual insurer availability depends on the location of residence.