How to Sign Up For Health Insurance Under the Affordable Care Act During the 2018 – 2019 Open Enrollment Season

Sign up for “TrumpCare” between November 1 and December 15, 2018 to get health coverage and cost assistance for 2019. Get covered at Healthcare.gov.

Key Dates For Open Enrollment 2019

To sign up for TrumpCare you must choose whether you want short-term coverage or comprehensive coverage that qualifies for cost assistance based on income.

There is no enrollment period for short term, however comprehensive coverage that qualifies for cost assistance based on income must be purchased during open enrollment.

Below are key enrollment dates about open enrollment 2019 (the enrollment period for 2019 coverage).

  • November 1, 2018. Open Enrollment begins.
  • December 15, 2018: Open Enrollment ends (extensions may be granted).
  • January 1, 2019: The earliest a plan purchased during open enrollment can start.

TIP: In most states there is no fee for not having health coverage, however in a few states there is. Make sure you understand your state rules before going without health coverage in 2019. See states with an individual mandate and fee… Read More at Obamacarefacts.com.

Trump Insists GOP Will ‘Totally’ Protect Pre-existing Conditions, Despite Obamacare Repeal Efforts

President Donald Trump tweeted Wednesday that Republicans would “totally” protect people with pre-existing conditions, trying to fend off Democratic attacks on GOP Obamacare repeal votes.

“Republicans will totally protect people with Pre-Existing Conditions, Democrats will not! Vote Republican,” Trump tweeted.

Republicans in tough races have been scrambling to say that they will protect people with pre-existing conditions as Democrats use the issue and GOP votes to repeal Obamacare as a key line of attack.

Trump last year supported GOP Obamacare repeal bills that would have weakened protections for pre-existing conditions. The House GOP bill, for example, allowed states to get waivers to allow insurers to spike premiums for people with pre-existing conditions… Read More at The Hill