The inaugural six-month open enrollment to buy health insurance on the state exchanges created by the Affordable Care Act has ended, and a two-week extension also has come and gone. About 7.5 million Americans enrolled in...
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A Bankrate.com survey of uninsured Americans finds many plan to continue without coverage.
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Big changes are in store for America's health insurance system. Do you know how it will affect you?
It's now a law: If you don't have health insurance, you'll have to pay the government a penalty.
Despite low premiums, the health law's catastrophic option may not be a good value.
Health insurance becomes more affordable for many and mandatory for most.
A few places around the Web let you bid what you'd like to pay for medical services.
Seniors covered by health insurance may not have to rush to sign up for Medicare.
A good Medicare Advantage plan? Consult the stars -- in the program's five-star rating system.