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If your employer offers insurance that's both affordable and provides adequate coverage, you won't be eligible for financial help when buying...
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Check the amount of caffeine you are taking in. Coffee, tea, ice tea, soda in large amounts can cause this.  I experienced the same thing during...
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Those birth control pills are most likely identical. The pharmacy may have acquired them from a different generic company and that is all they carry...
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The insurance forms are asking for total household income. That will generally include you and anyone you claim as a dependent on your tax return.
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You may be able to continue getting assistance with your medications. The law won't stop prescription drug programs. However, all health...
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When reporting your income to apply for insurance you'll be asked to project what you expect to earn in 2014. If you know your alimony is ending...
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Ask the podiatrist. No one can really address this question than the medical professional that made this decision. I agree that a full leg air cast...
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I had Endometriosis before a radical Hysterectomy.  I remember doubling over in pain and it did affect my ability to have a bowel movement. You...
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If the insurance you're offered by your husband's work is considered affordable, you can shop for a plan through Marketplaces set up under...
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There are a few ways you can look into getting your dental needs taken care of at a lower cost.Dental discount plans are not insurance but offer...
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You have up to 90 days to go without coverage before you'll be charged a penalty under the law. This doesn't take effect, however, until...
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Your wife should apply for coverage through your state's Marketplace for herself. Although it's fine for just one of you to buy an insurance...
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Yes, you and your son together are considered a family. And, at your income level you would qualify for Medicaid. However, if you live in a state not...
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The law requires insurers to cover the cost of services that many people with chronic illnesses need, including outpatient and inpatient care...
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The information won't be reported to your employer. The idea is to determine if you have affordable health insurance through an employer, which...
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