eHealth Now Offering Subsidized Obamacare Plans

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Visit eHealth now. Open enrollment ends March 31.

Open enrollment for Obamacare ends March 31. If you don’t have qualified health coverage and you want to avoid a costly tax penalty, you need to choose a plan and enroll by the end of the month.

Before today, your only option for signing up was HealthCare.gov, the U.S. government’s website*. HealthCare.gov has generated a lot of bad press and bad tempers due to the many glitches and outages since its launch last fall. You may have already spent frustrating hours trying but failing to secure coverage.

You don’t have to use HealthCare.gov. Now, you have another option. As of today, eHealth is integrated with the Federal Exchange to sell subsidized Obamacare health insurance. Just choose the option to check your eligibility through eHealth’s Subsidy Calculator, then browse the available plans and apply on eHealth’s lightning-fast, state-of-the-art, easy-to-use and secure website.

Get Obamacare at eHealthInsurance

Prices are fixed by law, so you won’t find a better price anywhere than eHealth. There’s free assistance via phone, email and chat. If read our post last November, you know that eHealth is Obamacare’s best-kept secret. eHealth has been selling health insurance coverage online for over 15 years.

Don’t miss the March 31 deadline risk a costly tax penalty. Visit eHealth today.

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*Except in states that run their own exchanges. If you live in one of these states, you may not be able to purchase subsidized policies on eHealth. Find out if you’re eligible.

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