Health Care & Insurance Topics
Allowing health insurance companies to offer plans without some benefits would be cheaper for some customers. But not for others.
A legal dispute could force an exodus of health insurers from state exchanges this year, leaving millions without access to affordable health plans.
Older Americans with low to moderate incomes would see health insurance premiums and out-of-pocket costs jump under the American Health Care Act.
The American Health Care Act would increase health insurance costs significantly for older adults buying coverage on their own. Here’s what to know.
Would selling health insurance across state lines really save people money? Here’s what to know.
Every health insurance plan sold to individuals on HealthCare.gov must cover a set of “essential benefits” that include maternity care. Here’s why.
Two provisions in the health replacement plan would drive up insurance costs by thousands of dollars a year for most older beneficiaries.
Under proposed rules, HealthCare.gov will check the paperwork of everyone who asks for a special enrollment period for health insurance. Here’s what to know.
Nobody likes high health insurance deductibles, but more and more people are stuck with them. Here are three ways to cope.
If you plan to work past age 65, you have some homework to do on when to enroll in Medicare. There could be serious financial consequences if you get it wrong.