2020 Health Plans for the Self-Employed

Spike Radway   August 30, 2019   Comments Off on 2020 Health Plans for the Self-Employed
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2019-11-09 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Garfield Heights Library
Address: 5409 Turney Road, Garfield Heights, Ohio 44125, United States
  • Speaker Lori Lipton, Health Plan Specialist
  • Cost Free!

2020 Health Plans – What’s available for the Individual Market
Affordable Care Act Plans (ACA), Short Term Plans, Medicare Plans

• New Year = New Plans
• What is available in the health insurance marketplace
• Carriers, ACA Plans, Tax Credits, Short Term Plans, Medicare Plans
• Tax Credits - Who is eligible and how to apply
• No more penalties if you do not obtain creditable coverage
• What does ACA compliant mean
• Sample Plans with and without tax credits and Short Term
• Q & A

Speaker Bio:

Before becoming a Health Plan Specialist and starting her insurance business, Lori Lipton was a graphic designer for over 20 years. During that period she was freelance 50% of the time so she understands our industry. While freelancing she had to obtain her own health insurance. After being laid off from a full-time position she had held for 8 years, Lori obtained her insurance license in 2002. Helping others find health insurance plans and maximizing their benefits is no the focus of her passion. As an independent agent, Lori can offer health plans from various insurance carriers and an objective view of what’s available in the marketplace today. Through an educational and consulting approach, she is dedicated to helping clients choose which health plans will best meet their needs and fit their budget. If you would like to do a self-quote before the meeting, you can access Lori's quoting tool on her website: www.LoriLipton.com.

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