The clock is ticking for Idaho residents to get health insurance through the state exchange, Your Health Idaho. Those who need coverage or who want to take advantage of new premium tax credits have until Dec. 15 to sign up. Once open enrollment closes, you’ll need to have a qualifying life event like a marriage, move or job loss to qualify.
The average American with a marketplace plan can save $50 per month with the new federal assistance, the government says.
Read our guide to signing up for American Care Act health insurance in Idaho.
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