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2021 Health Insurance Open Enrollment Period

We are in the midst of it, folks.  It’s Open Enrollment time, and that means it’s time to square away your plans for family or individual coverage for the new year, 2021.

Overall, there are some great plans available that will provide the health insurance coverage you need, and at a possible savings over previous years.

Planning for Next Year

Insurance planning for 2021 is happening now!  To ensure you are covered for 2021 in its entirety, December 15 is the deadline. Make this deadline to begin coverage on January 1, 2021.

In Colorado, you’ll still have access to line up your coverage from December 16 – January 15.  Signing up in this time frame will activate your coverage on February 1.

For Coloradans, access to the insurance marketplace is provided to Affordable Care Act plans through Connect for Health Colorado.

It’s time to enroll in your 2021 plan. Let’s find the best health insurance plan for you!

At Hometown Insurance and Financial Services in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, we are certified Connect for Health Colorado brokers.  We’re here to facilitate the marketplace search with you.

As certified brokers, we’ve studied the health insurance marketplace to help our neighbors plan for their health insurance and financial wellness into the future.

Access to Plans

Plans under the Affordable Care Act have seen a trend of lower premiums, and increased issuer participation again for 2021 according to a recent report that you can read here.

More insurers are providing access to coverage, and the potential to get a good rate on your premium is there.  We have the market insight to help.

Here to Help

Hometown Insurance and Financial Services is here with options for all kinds of coverage.

Send us a secure note here, or give us a call at (970) 264-4321

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Opening Soon! Understanding the 2021 Open Enrollment Period

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