I live in West Virginia.
I’m a Bronze member, and I want the cost of my health care to be as low as possible.
My plan pays for the doctor, hospital, drugs, vision care, and everything else.
I’ve been insured for years, but I am currently looking for a new plan.
I can’t afford to pay a premium on my health plan, so I have to buy something else.
My husband and I have been discussing how we can save money for a down payment on a home in the area.
But since I don’t have a savings account, we don’t know how much money we can afford to borrow to pay for the mortgage.
I am worried that my husband will default on the mortgage if we don�t get an offer of refinancing in the next few weeks.
How can I save on my insurance?
article My husband works as a security guard in the city, and we both want to be able to pay our bills on time.
I would like to be the one who pays my bills and still have the option to save money, so my husband has to find a way to pay more for insurance.
We are not married, so we can�t put him on my policy and take advantage of his income.
What are some other health insurance options for my family?
article I am single, but have a family member that is enrolled in a health insurance plan.
If my family member does not qualify for a family plan, we can purchase a health care coverage from a company with higher premiums, but the coverage is generally much more affordable than the one I have.
In addition, we have access to a private health insurance policy through the government.
We would like that access to be available for all of our family members, so if we are considering getting married or starting a family, we need to be aware of the potential risks of that.
What if I have medical issues that prevent me from getting coverage?
article We�re not married and don�T have children.
Our son and daughter-in-law are currently receiving coverage through their family plans, but we want to avoid any health issues that would prevent us from getting it.
If you have any questions about your health insurance, please contact your state insurance office.