- What is self-employed health insurance?
Self-employed health insurance is available to those whose income is through a business with no other employees whose income that you report at the end of the year via a W2 form. There are multiple options for cost assistance when you purchase self-employed health insurance.
- Can I get a health insurance deduction if I'm self-employed?
Deductions for self-employed insurance are possible. Eligibility for deductions is determined by your income level. You are allowed to claim monthly premiums as a deduction on your annual taxes.
- Can I use self-employed health insurance to satisfy the Obamacare health insurance requirement?
Yes, you can use self-employed health insurance to satisfy the Obamacare health insurance requirements.
- What is the best health insurance if I'm self-employed?
If you are self-employed, it is likely that your best health coverage will be found through a self-employed insurance policy. A self-employed health insurance policy can be purchased by filling out the Health Insurance Marketplace application or utilizing a private broker for assistance.
- Is there an open enrollment period for self-employed health insurance?
Yes. The self-employed open enrollment period is the same as the open enrollment period that is recognized by both the Health Insurance Marketplace and private exchanges. The dates for 2017 open enrollment are November 1, 2016 to January 31, 2017.
- Where do I buy self-employed health insurance if I live or work in two different states?
It is recommend that you look for a multi-state coverage plan that can be purchased through the federal Marketplace or a private provider.
- What information and documents do I need to get self-employed health insurance?
You will need proof of income (or estimated income) and proof of U.S. citizenship.