Health Insurance is a necessity that we all need to ensure that we are covered under any circumstance or health issue. For years, the option of health insurance was only relegated to those that were employed with a company large enough to afford a group plan with a large health insurance company. This is perfectly adequate for most of us in the workforce and most of you reading this probably have coverage under one of these plans. Looking at adding a health insurance plan? North Georgia Insurance Center in Commerce, GA has options for you.
But what about the other folks out there? Specifically, the self-employed? You can’t get one of these group plans if you’re working for yourself. Another group to consider is those that are retired from the workforce and are not yet able to apply for Medicare. That second group is growing at an astronomical rate in the last few years. You also have to consider people working for a small mom-and-pop type business whose owners simply can’t afford to offer any kind of benefits. What are the options available for these groups for health insurance?
The state of Georgia has health insurance plans that can be accessed through the Federal HealhCare.Gov site. Georgia is part of the Federal healthcare exchange marketplace which has individual insurance coverages and plans for review and purchase. Although the marketplace website is run by the Federal Government, the purchases and services for Georgia are conducted and monitored by the state of Georgia.
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If you would like to learn more about health insurance coverages in Georgia, please contact North Georgia Insurance Center in Commerce, GA today!