Rather than a box of chocolates, consider giving your loved one health insurance this Valentine’s Day.
If those you love are uninsured, their long-term health could be in jeopardy.
Without insurance, you're less likely to receive preventive care and more likely to suffer poor health outcomes, quality-of-life limitations, and premature death.
If your income is less than 400% of the Federal Poverty Level, you could receive assistance to help pay the insurance cost.
A silver plan for a 40-year-old with a $30,000 income could cost less than $150, depending upon family size. Co-pays for doctor visits and prescriptions can be as low as $10.
While the gift of health insurance might not make the heart go pitter-patter, it can help the ticker stay healthy and ensure a longer, more productive life.
Open enrollment on the Health Insurance Marketplace ends February 15, 2015.
Your Valentine's gift could be just what the doctor ordered. Call our enrollers at 913.333.3389 or 855.750.9441.
To your health!