Ontopic Healthcare.gov

Domon

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I should apply :p

One of the additional catch22s of this govt shutdown thingie is that my insurance premiums all fall to me now, and accrue.

So whenever i do get back, i get hit with a "bill" for all my back insurance payment from the shutdown period. Thats like a kick when you're down.
 

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maximum lame
Apr 15, 2013
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I should apply :p

One of the additional catch22s of this govt shutdown thingie is that my insurance premiums all fall to me now, and accrue.

So whenever i do get back, i get hit with a "bill" for all my back insurance payment from the shutdown period. Thats like a kick when you're down.

Send the bill to your employer. they agreed to cover it when they signed the contract with you.
 

kiwi

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Apr 22, 2005
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I actually probably do have to apply. What happens if I just say screw it and don't have insurance at all?

I look like I'm under 26, can I sluff it off to my parents?
 

JAXvillain

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It's just a ripoff for young, healthy people, since they are required to subsidize the fat and old. yay for obamacare.

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Duke

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It took dividing the nation to remove the 'pre-existing condition' bullshit from health insurance, and I'm okay with that.
 

kiwi

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lol.

depending on your income, the penalty for not having is as low as $95.00 - per year. they take it out of your tax refund.

So if I'm poor I should be good?

I really am asking seriously. My insurance through work will disappear any day and I"m quitting entirely when I start school full time in January and paying for insurance on my own is out of the question.
 

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maximum lame
Apr 15, 2013
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but if you're 26 & younger you can just sluff it off onto your parents! yay for adult kids scamming mom & dad!

lol the parents can remove them. It's just the company can't cut them off before they've finished college and landed a job with health benefits. This is a good thing.
 

fly

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It took dividing the nation to remove the 'pre-existing condition' bullshit from health insurance, and I'm okay with that.

And all that means is that healthcare is now more expensive. It could have been done at any time, just requires more money from you.