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View Diary: ACA Procrastinators: Don't Wait Until 2014 (30 comments)

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  •  After March 31st (0+ / 0-)

    …you can change plans or join, only with a life-changing event. That's part of the written law. That's right.

    I am not familiar with any written prohibitions in effect prior for March 31st -- during open enrollment.

    Could be so, but I have not seen anything to that effect. In fact, I am already planning another change in January -- for no good reason except because I can.

    •  To clarify: (3+ / 0-)
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      cv lurking gf, Catte Nappe, Creosote
      you can change plans or join, only with a life-changing event [except during the Open Enrollment period each year]. That's part of the written law. [bracketed information added]
      ACA is just like most other insurance plans.  There is an open enrollment period each year during which you can make changes to your carrier, coverage levels, etc.

      Another clarification to the diarist's diary: the first open enrollment period always extended to March 31.  That's the way the law was written.

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      by petesmom on Tue Dec 31, 2013 at 05:39:16 AM PST

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