Fort Worth Health Insurance Window Closes on August 15th, 2021 For The Uninsured

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Rick Thornton, a Fort Worth health insurance agent, says uninsured and underinsured Americans across the country need to remember that the window for free health insurance is ending in mid-August.

Fort Worth health insurance may be free for now thanks to the current administration’s rescue package and current sign-up window. But key officials are pointing out that consumers who want to take advantage of the increasingly popular Affordable Care Act don’t have much time to sign up because the window is closing soon. The window is expected to close on August 15, so interested parties should consider signing up now.


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The current rescue package, which also included the $1,400 stimulus checks and the new monthly direct payments for families, was originally signed into law back in March and has quickly benefitted so many Americans who were previously uninsured or underinsured. The stimulus benefit’s zero-premium healthcare plans continue to be available for those who need health insurance in Fort Worth, and there are no income limits to qualify. One big eligibility requirement must be met according to Wm Leader. The requirement states if an applicant received or has been approved for unemployment benefits during 2021, they qualify for free health coverage through the remainder of the year via healthcare.gov. That’s the marketplace that the Biden administration established under the Affordable Care Act.


Rick Thornton, a Fort Worth health insurance agent and a huge proponent of anything that will benefit his fellow Americans, said that Americans all across the country should not overlook this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to receive free health insurance. The signup window was designed so that Americans do not have to wait until normal signup times. Any relief, especially with expanded healthcare coverage during times when the nation has undoubtedly been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, is a step in the right direction. Thornton said Americans should take this news seriously and find a way to gain coverage before the August 15 deadline.


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