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Obamacare Holdouts: Why eHealth Is Better Than HealthCare.gov

Obamacare Open Enrollment - Time is Running Out

Obamacare holdouts. You know who you are. You don’t have health coverage, and you’re resisting the pressure to sign up by the March 31 deadline for open enrollment. Do you really think it’s better to pay a tax penalty, receiving nothing in return, than to get affordable coverage that protects you in the event of illness or accident? Here are some reasons to convince you otherwise.

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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.

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