What is health insurance?
Health insurance is a contract with an insurance company, which agrees to pay some or all of your medical bills based on your "coverage," or the terms of your policy. ... Read more
Why do I need health insurance?
It's no secret that health care is expensive today. The government says the cost to treat a broken leg can run $7,500 and an average three-day hospital stay can set you back $30,000. ... Read more
Bankrate’s monthly Health Insurance Pulse survey is tracking how people feel about health care and health coverage in the age of Obamacare. Read more about the latest survey »
How worried are you that you might not have affordable health insurance at some point in the future?
How has health insurance reform affected your wallet? Is your access to health care better or worse? Try our latest Health Insurance Pulse survey to see how your views compare with those of other Americans.
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Hearing more about health savings accounts and the like where you work? Here's why. ... Read more
You have plenty of ways to avoid the new tax penalty under the health care law. ... Read more
Some people should hold off on enrolling in Medicare. But is there a penalty? ... Read more
As the Affordable Care Act turns 5 years old, we try to imagine life without it. ... Read more
For most taxpayers, it won't be a headache. But some will have to fill out extra forms. ... Read more