- Obamacare Basics for Your State - (Basics)
- Obamacare Rates for County - (Rates)
How to Enroll
- Obamacare Enrollment - (How to Enroll)
Financial Help
- Obamacare Financial Assistance - (Financial Help)
Life Situations
- Obamacare for Different Life Situations - (Life Situations)
  • Obamacare for Self-Employed People
    What sole proprietors and independent contractors in your state should know about health insurance under the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare).
  • Domestic Partners and Obamacare
    If you're a registered domestic partner or have entered into a civil union, how you apply for coverage under the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) depends on your state’s law.
  • Obamacare and Seniors
    For seniors, coverage options under the Affordable Care Act depend on whether or not you're covered by Medicare.
  • How Obamacare Can Help the Unemployed
    Learn what the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) means for unemployed residents of your state, including new options for health insurance coverage.
  • Obamacare and Students
    Four ways students who need health insurance can get covered under the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare).
- Using Your Obamacare Health Insurance Plan - (Using Your Plan)
- Obamacare News - (News)


Tips for Dealing With the State Health Insurance Exchange

Frustrated, Fed Up, or Infuriated With Your Health Insurance Exchange?

Many people have turned to social media to vent and seek solutions -- an insurance agent or broker may also be a big help.


Updated: 2020-12-13


As Obamacare enters its third open-enrollment period, one would hope the health insurance application process would be as simple and fast as it was originally intended to be. But, for many, streamlined health plan enrollment and renewal still seems like a faraway goal.

Select your state for a couple strategies to keep your application moving forward and get your health insurance needs met.

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