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  • Saturday, January 20, 2018

  • Health Insurance will be mandatory starting this April in 2014.

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Health insurance will be mandatory and there could be hefty fines if you do not have any coverage. So now is the time to do the legwork on the research of finding about insurance at a reasonable rate and that meets your individual or family needs. The most important people that will be affected by the law change regarding health insurance include the self-employed, the part time workers whose jobs do not offer health insurance, the full time people who are barely managing without health insurance and college students over the age of 25. These are the main groups will be directly impacted with the thousand or so dollar fine for not having coverage. Expatriate health insurance can help you find the right coverage in your budgetary needs.

Depending on the state where you reside costs for health insurance may be lower or higher than in other states. So you should shop carefully or inquire to your employer about what types of health insurance they are carrying or will be carrying if they offer full time positions. The law is only valid for those companies who have full time employees for some reason but it still requires that every individual obtain health insurance by April 2014. What this means for you is that if your company does not offer full time positions you should look for health insurance on your own time and dollar. If your company does offer full time positions then you might find that they are more reasonable priced since they more than likely contribute to your health insurance premiums.
Expatriate health insurance can help you find the right coverage in your budgetary needs. Even if expatriate is not right the company for you there is many other companies who are willing to help you find health insurance. Some of these companies offer a search on health insurance companies which give you multiple quotes.

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