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Young Invincibles

Young Invincibles
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Telephone:
Address:
202-534-3560
1536 U St. NW
Washington, DC 20009
 

Organization website: http://health.younginvincibles.org/

About Us

Young Invincibles is a national organization committed to mobilizing and expanding opportunities for young Americans between 18 and 34 years of age on issues like higher education, health care, and jobs. 

 

Questions & Answers

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The individual mandate is the requirement that everyone who can afford health insurance have coverage starting January 1, 2014 or pay a fee.The IRS...
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Starting in 2014, if you don’t have health insurance and don’t qualify for an exemption, you’ll pay a fee. The fee will start off small in 2014 – $95...
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You may not have to pay a fine if:1. You cannot find insurance that costs less than 8% of your household income after tax credits and any...
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Your options for health insurance coverage depend on several factors, including your age, state of residence, income level, employment status, and...
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If you don’t think you can afford coverage, go ahead and fill out an application on your state’s Health Insurance Marketplace website. You may be...
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You can now stay on a parent’s plan until you turn 26 years old. Your parent or guardian can add you to their existing employer-sponsored group...
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No! The Affordable Care Act requires insurance companies to cover young adults on their parent’s plan until age 26 if the plan offers dependent...
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Talk to the insurance company or a plan administrator. If your parent has insurance through a job, the best person is usually in the Human Resources...
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It depends on your school. Many colleges require you to have health insurance. More than half of colleges offer a Student Health Insurance Plan...
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Whether or not you should enroll in a student plan depends on your personal circumstances.  When thinking about whether to enroll in a student...
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It depends on the plan, but almost all student plans, like other insurance plans, are now required to provide what’s called “Minimum Essential...
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Yes. Depending on your income level and the plan you purchase, you may be eligible for tax credits that apply every month to make your insurance...
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Starting in 2014, some states will be expanding Medicaid coverage to all individuals making less than $15,000 (or $31,000 for a family of four). If...
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Depending on your income level, you may be eligible for a new kind of tax credit to lower the cost of buying your own plan on the new Health...
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Catastrophic plans have VERY high deductibles, more than $6,000. These deductibles work much like deductibles for car insurance, meaning you have to...