Health Insurance Marketplace: Key Dates

The Health Insurance Marketplace helps people who need health coverage to find it. There are three ways for you to learn more and get covered. You can enroll online (HealthCare.gov), over the phone (800.318.2596) or with in-person assistance (localhelp.healthcare.gov). You’ll have the opportunity to compare private plans side-by-side and choose the one that fits your family and budget. 

Here are the key deadlines you should know if you want to enroll: 

November 1, 2015: 

2016 open enrollment begins

january 31, 2016: 

2016 open enrollment ends

 

Source: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

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