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Emergency SEP Ended, But Help Is Still Available

May 8th, 2020 – Colorado’s emergency Special Enrollment Period for the cornavirus pandemic ended on April 30th, but Coloradan’s continue to be impacted by the economic fallout from the pandemic.

If you lost your job and your employer sponsored health insurance you may be eligible for free or reduced cost health insurance. However, the timing is critical, so it’s important to find out what programs you qualify for right away, so you can make an informed decision.

Some people with higher household incomes may or may not be best off electing COBRA coverage. Others whose employers have gone out of business may not be eligible for COBRA coverage at all. Many household’s who have no or low income will be eligible for free health insurance through Health First Colorado.

In order to determine the best path for you and your family, it is best to understand all the options and the best way to do that is to work with a licensed health insurance broker, who can help you determine what programs and/or tax credits you may be eligible for.

Get a free no-obligation health insurance quote today, so you can make a well informed decision.  There is no fee or extra cost for using a licensed health insurance broker and we can help you find an affordable plan that has the right benefits, providers and drug coverage for your needs.

In many cases, you have less than 60 days to enroll in a new plan or you may be locked out of the health insurance market until open enrollment re-opens in November for plans with a January 1st, 2021 start date.   Don’t delay and get your free no-obligation health insurance quote today.

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