Posted September 06, 2018 05:14:19If you’re in the market for a family health plan, you might want to take a look at a new health care exchange that is currently being rolled out.
According to the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), the health care exchanges currently being implemented in North Carolina are the first state-level implementation of a Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) program.
HSAs are similar to 401(k)s, except that the money you contribute to them is invested in stocks rather than bonds.
That means you’re saving money when you purchase the insurance that you buy on the exchange.
The exchange currently offers a wide range of options for people who are looking to purchase an HSAs, and while they are not fully regulated, they are a popular option for individuals looking to save money.
While the NCSL has not yet released numbers for the number of people who have signed up for a health plan through the exchange, the number is growing.
According for the first month of the health exchange, over 3.7 million people have enrolled.
And that number is expected to increase as the enrollment season nears.
The NCSL’s report indicates that more than 1 million people will be enrolled on the health exchanges through the end of September.
With the new health insurance exchanges currently under way, it is unclear how many people will actually be eligible for a plan through an exchange.
For those who are not eligible for coverage through their current employer, they can still sign up for an employer-sponsored plan through a state-run exchange, but that plan will only cover those who qualify for the new federal subsidy.
For people who qualify, however, they will have the option to purchase their own coverage through an HSA.
While some are excited to have the choice to purchase a plan on the federal exchange or an exchange-run plan, others are worried that the plans they sign up will not be able to cover all of their health needs.
According to the NCSCLA, over 100,000 people have received a copy of the state’s application to enroll for coverage on the exchanges, but they have been told that their information will not actually be available until the end and that they are still going to have to submit documentation to show that they actually qualify for coverage.
As a result, the NCSPLA is urging all individuals to keep in mind that they should not apply for an HSI plan until they have submitted all of the necessary documentation to qualify for federal subsidies.
If you have questions about your eligibility for coverage or need assistance, you can visit www.ncspa.org/healthinsurance to find out more.