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Nevada Health Link Assists Consumers with 2014 Coverage Exemption Issues

For Immediate Release July 1, 2015 Contact: Janel Davis, Communications Officer Silver State Health Insurance Exchange (775) 687-9934 j-davis@exchange.nv.gov Nevada Health Link Assists Consumers with 2014 Coverage Exemption Issues In its first year of operation, many of Nevada Health Link’s customers tried to enroll in health coverage but were not able to complete their enrollment […]

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Obamacare Took $729 Bite Out of Tax Refunds

Obamacare Took $729 Bite Out of Tax Refunds – H&R Block April 28, 2015 Source: CNN Money The majority of H&R Block clients who received federal help to pay for their health insurance in 2014 got an unwelcome surprise when it came to their refund. Sixty-one percent of those filers saw their refunds reduced by […]

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Supreme Court to rule on Federal Exchange Issue

Supreme Court Federal Exchange Issue December 2, 2014 Source: Kaiser Health News Exactly what would happen to the Affordable Care Act if the Supreme Court invalidates tax credits in the three dozen states where the federal government runs the program? Legal scholars say a decision like that would deal a potentially lethal blow to the […]

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Individual Marketplace Open Enrollment to Start November 15, 2014

Remember how fun it was to apply for individual health insurance with Nevada Health Link this time last year, well it’s time for round two… However we will all be dealing with the Federal Marketplace site for health insurance exchange business this time around as Nevada’s Silver State Exchange has abandoned the Nevada Health Link. […]

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Why Obamacare Still Matters in this Election

Why Obamacare Still Matters In This Election October 30, 2014 Source: The Washington Post Although the politics of Obamacare have cooled down this year — and even with declining interest in this year’s midterms – the upcoming election will have a bigger influence on the direction of health care than you may think. That’s the […]

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Obamacare, some questions answered and more questions yet to come

Politico by Natalie Villacorta – April 7, 2014: Obama administration officials hoping to exhale after the big finish to Obamacare’s first enrollment season may need to hold their breath a while longer. All the confusion and mixed messages out there are bound to combust if people decide they were misled an echo of the you […]

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Obamacare after the March 31, 2014 deadline

Okay, so we are into February and there is still time to apply for a plan though the Nevada Health Link Exchange for a March 1st or April 1st or May 1st effective date. The timetables for effective dates are, if you: apply between the 1st and 14th of the month, the effective date will […]

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Don’t believe the President’s Lies!

“If you like your plan, you can keep it. If you like your doctor you can keep your doctor.” This is what President Obama ran his campaign on and won on. Enough of a majority believed him, why not he is the president of the United States. The problem was he didn’t know what he […]

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Sticker Shock?

Have you had the opportunity to see a rate for you or your family with a 2014 Affordable Healthcare Plan? Did I hear sticker shock? Yes and that is what most folks are finding out. Yesterday I ran rates for a 26 year old male with an effective date of December 1, 2013. The rates […]

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A ROCKY START

    The October 1, 2013 open enrollment period for the Affordable Healthcare Act in to the Nevada Health Link exchange got off to a rocky start with computer glitches preventive people anxious to see what types of health insurance coverage’s are available to them and how much is it going to cost. Officials of […]

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