If you currently have coverage through your job or a government agency, you'll want to speak to your benefits administrator or human resources department about your coverage. While you may not experience changes in how you get or pay for health insurance, there are still some changes in the law that may affect you.
If you choose to enroll in an individual health insurance plan instead of getting coverage through your job, you'll find that the Affordable Care Act has helped to create new plans for you to choose from. These changes are meant to help you find a plan that best fits your needs and your budget.
The cost of your coverage will depend on many factors, including:
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