HealthCare.gov was made available to the public in 2013. This website operates under the United States federal government provided through “Obamacare” or the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act or ACA. The operate for 36 states that chose not to create their own state exchange. HealthCare.gov also helps individuals that are eligible for Medicaid and small businesses.
As of 2016, you will find that the government wants you to know the difference between being self-employed or a small employer. Generally to be considered self-employed you have no employees or report with a W-2 at the end of the years. Using other independent contractors does not rule you out as self-employed.
NOTE: please visit the site directly to verify the details and obtain more information.
If you are interested in searching for self employed insurance through Healthcar.gov, see below. We have provided a quick “how to” activation guide below for you to access your personal online search for self employed health insurance through Healthcare.gov.
how to activate- search for Self Employed Health Insurance through Healthcare.gov
what you need:
- internet access
what to do to activate your personal search for Self Employed Health Insurance through Healthcare.gov:
- visit: www.healthcare.gov/self-employed/coverage
- type in the zip code for which you need coverage
- review the different plans and options available if you are self-employed