The In’s and Out’s, Do’s and Don’ts for Health Insurance Open Enrollment This Year

In this webinar you will learn about what to do and what not to do during the open enrollment period for health insurance that begins on Nov 15th of this year. Learn about how to shop ON and OFF the government Exchanges and what to do and not do when shopping.

Learn about the NFIB Private Health Insurance Exchange and how if differs from the government Exchange. Educate yourself so you have the right tools and knowledge going into open enrollment.

  • When do open enrollment periods start, and end for 2015?
  • What are the 4 buckets of coverage you could be eligible for?
  • What are subsidies and what do it need to qualify for them?
  • What’s the difference between ON and OFF Exchange plans?
  • What is the tax penalty for not having insurance in 2015?
  • What do I need to do to get a quote?


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Webinar Details:
: Wednesday, October 22nd at 12pm (ET)

Presented by:

HeadshotTodd P. Page, Senior Vice President Health

Todd has been in the health insurance industry for over 25 years, beginning his career with Aon Corp. For the past 21 years with Health he has designed health care Exchanges for over 350 associations and franchise groups including the American Medical Association (AMA), the American Bar Association (ABA), The American Dental Association (ADA) as well as The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB). JLBG Health is the largest provider of private labeled Health Insurance Exchanges in the US for Associations, Trade Groups, and Franchise organizations.

 Open enrollment is upon us and Obamacare requires everyone to have health insurance or pay a tax penalty

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