It’s easy to underestimate how much medical care is going to cost you — especially if you don’t have insurance — which means you could be at risk for acquiring medical debt and even declaring bankruptcy.
Obamacare Open Enrollment for 2016 ended on January 31. If you didn’t get a chance to buy an Obamacare plan or purchase health insurance privately that met ACA requirements, you still have some options.
Years after the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was signed into law millions of Americans are still under-insured or paying hundreds of dollars in premiums and out of pocket costs just to receive healthcare services.
If you’ve already spent a significant amount of money on healthcare expenses this year or are paying a few hundred dollars a month for an Obamacare plan, be forewarned: Obamacare rates are going up November 1.