You don’t have to buy health insurance, but if you don’t you may owe a penalty.
Failure to purchase a health insurance plan will subject you to a yearly penalty that increases each year.
In 2014 the penalty is $95.00 per adult and $47.50 per child (up to a family maximum of $285) or 1% of income whichever is greater.
In 2015 the penalty is $325.00 per adult and $162.50 per child (up to a family maximum of $975) or 2% of income whichever is greater.
In 2016 the penalty is $695.00 per adult and $347.50 per child (up to a family maximum of $2,085) or 2.5% of income whichever is greater.
The penalty is applied on a monthly basis for months without coverage during the year.
There is an exception for a single period without coverage of less than three months.
Can't Afford it?
When you want some protection but simply can’t afford the ever rising cost of health insurance premiums, we offer some limited benefit options. These low cost options include a Critical Illness and Emergency Treatment plan and an individual Fixed Indemnity Health Insurance plan. These policies won’t help you avoid the penalty, but may give you some peace of mind.
Don't Get Caught Without Anything!
Accidents can often result in unanticipated injuries that can change your day-to-day routine. And even with comprehensive medical insurance, you may have gaps that don’t fully cover the medical and living expenses associated with accident-related injuries. It may surprise you to learn that an average of seven days are lost on the job due to injury.1 This could mean lost income in addition to the unexpected medical bills and daily living expenses you face.
GTL Accident supplemental insurance plan is simple. It pays a lump-sum cash benefit directly to you whenever you incur an accident-related injury. This money can be used for anything you choose. It’s your money, your decision.
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Today, due to early detection, prevention and advances in medical treatments, the odds of surviving a life altering critical condition are better than ever. Surviving such an illness can bring serious financial and emotional hardships. Let GTL’s affordable Critical Care Policy help with these costs. With three different plans to choose from, you will find a Critical Care Policy that is right for your needs.
GTL Critical Care plans are designed for coverage of: Cancer, Heart Attack, Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery, Stroke, Alzheimer’s Disease, Kidney Failure, Major Organ Transplant, Paralysis and Coma. All plans include an Assisted Living Facility Benefit, Nursing Home Benefit, Restoration of Policy Benefit and Optional Return of Premium Rider.
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This affordable health plan has no deductible to meet and these Assurant Health Access plans pay set cash benefits for covered medical events.
You'll get immediate benefits without having to worry about meeting a deductible.
Coverage that you'll use:
This plan provides a set cash amount for covered medical events like doctor visits, urgent care, x-rays, prescriptions and hospital expenses.
Plan pays, then you pay:
After the plan pays a set benefit, you’ll be responsible for the difference between what the provider charges and the plan benefit.
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Assurant Mail In Application(PDF)
CYA Now – Cover Your Assets Individual Critical Illness and Emergency Treatment Plan. Pay by credit card, or print your pre-filled application and mail it in with your check. To begin, please enter your zip code and click on the Get More Info button.
What do I do if my health changes for the worse?
If the need for better coverage arises during the year, you will have an option to apply for a guaranteed issue policy during the annual open enrollment period which runs from October 15th through December 7th of each year. The new policy would start effective January 1st of the next year.