- May 18, 2015
- Posted by: Tony Lehrman
- Categories: Arizona Health Insurance, Arizona ObamaCare
Are you looking for a health insurance plan in Arizona? You can still get a very good plan even though the ObamaCare open enrollment period had ended. There is a quality health insurance company based in the metro Phoenix area that offers plans to people residing anywhere in Arizona. You do not need to have what the government calls a Special Enrollment Period, or SEP. And if you actually do have an SEP, you can purchase a health insurance plan from any health insurance company that offers plans here in Arizona PLUS you may qualify to have the US government pay part of your monthly premium for you with free money that the government calls “tax credits.”
The major carriers that offer health insurance plans here in Arizona are Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona, United HealthCare, Health Net, Meritus, Cigna and a few more. If you’d like to see what a health insurance plan would cost you — and see how much your tax credits might be — click here. You can anonymously enter your family member’s ages and your total household income, and within two minutes you’ll find out what a plan would cost you, and the amount of your tax credits, if any. You can even tell the site to only show you plans from Blue Cross, or only from United HealthCare, etc.
Remember, just because ObamaCare Open Enrollment has ended, that does not mean you cannot apply for a health insurance policy today.