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Questions and Answers

Should I sign up for Obamacare?

I'm a 19 year old guy that as far as I know is still on my mother's insurance.
I'm very ignorant when it comes to knowing how all this insurance stuff works so I don't know how long I would be covered if I am still on my mother's plan. Also, if I signed up for Obamacare, how much would I have to start paying for it monthly?

Posted by Zack
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If you are on your moms then you can't get Obamacare. If you're not then go to www.healthcare.gov & see what it will cost you. It depends on your age, where you live.. Mine is ridiculously high with a horrible deductible which has to be met before it will even pay some of my doctors visits. I had great insurance with my company before, but it's been cancelled so I'm stuck.

Did you sign up for Obamacare?

Have you signed up for Obamacare? Did it cost and wats your deductible?

If you have not signed up how are you going to pay the fine?
Are you going to let them take your tax refund?
What did it cost and whats your deductible?

Posted by Michael
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You can't sign up for Obamacare. You can only use it to sign up for insurance through a private insurance company, which I didn't have to do since I already have insurance.

Do people on Medicaid have to sign up for Obamacare?

Do people on Medicaid (or Medi-cal in california) have to sign up for the new obamacare exchanges? Or do they stay on their current plans? Thanks.

Posted by jude
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No, if you have Medicaid, then you don't need to sign up for health insurance either on or off the exchanges.

The exchanges that are part of the Affordable Care Act are designed to let those who are already eligible for Medicaid and never signed up, get signed up. Not through the exchange, but the exchange will alert them that they are eligible. Around 25% of the 15% of the population that is uninsured has historically qualified for Medicaid and not signed up.

So, if you qualify for Medicaid, then you will continue to qualify for Medicaid. In some states, Medicaid is expanded to enroll even more people.

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