Nevada Online Health Insurance Quotes Spending a significant amount of time trying to find insurance quotes can be very frustrating. The majority of websites will log your information and sell this to third parties. You may start receiving numerous phones calls from other companies trying to sell you low-quality products. In addition, you probably won’t… Read More

Nevada Private Insurance If you are searching for qualified health insurance plans, there are two main sources you will find. For private plans, there are two companies that are offering plans to individuals in Nevada which is Hometown Health and Health Plan of Nevada. The other source of insurance is the health insurance marketplace. This… Read More

Health insurance premiums have risen over the past several years to now be unbelievable amounts. In Nevada for 2019, the least expensive plan offered costs $324 per month for a 32-year-old, $390 for a 45-year-old and $733 for a 60-year-old. More and more people are now looking for reasonable ways to reduce this cost. It’s… Read More

Changing From Employer Plans to Individual Plans When leaving your employer, you will need to look into your benefits options. Doing this promptly will ensure that you do not miss the timing to continue coverage. Once you know when your benefits will be ending, you should now speak to a health insurance broker. Our office… Read More

Reno Association Health Plans Near the end of 2018 and the beginning of 2019, Nevada saw a surge in association health plans for small businesses and sole proprietors. The plans have allowed many individuals and companies to save a significant amount. These plans lowered their premium all while keeping the same level of coverage. There… Read More

Nevada Health Insurance Quotes Different health insurance plans will require different information to enroll. This can range from basic items such as your address and date of birth or be more specific such as your income or health related info. When filling in an application, the types of questions asked will give you insight into… Read More

Summary of Benefits It is very important to understand what your insurance provides coverage for. If not, there could be a significant cost to you for services received. Depending on the type of policy you purchase, the types of services that are covered can vary greatly. To avoid high medical bills, you should review your… Read More

Open Enrollment ended on December 15th for coverage starting January 1st. If you missed Open Enrollment, you can still get coverage this year if you experienced a Qualifying Life Event. Qualifying Life Events are specific circumstances which allow you to enroll in coverage after the Open Enrollment period. Without one of these special circumstances, getting… Read More

Catastrophic Plans in Nevada The term catastrophic is often used to describe a health plan that removes most benefits besides limiting your expenses in a year. These plans are the lowest costing policies that you can purchase and still have the minimum amount of protection in case of serious injury or illness. Almost all qualified… Read More

Losing Employer Coverage If you are leaving your current employer that you have medical benefits with, you may be asking yourself what happens with your insurance. Generally, your coverage will end on the last day of the month that you left. To avoid any gap in coverage, you should begin looking for new coverage as… Read More