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Shopping for ACA health insurance? Here's what's new this year

As open enrollment for Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplace insurance begins, there are notable changes and considerations for consumers. The Biden administration and Congress have implemented measures affecting premiums and subsidies, potentially reducing costs for 2023 coverage. However, recent court decisions raise questions about coverage for preventive care and abortion services. Click here for article.

  • Open enrollment for ACA insurance begins Nov. 1, with coverage starting Jan. 1, 2023.

  • Changes address the "family glitch," potentially helping 1 million people gain ACA coverage.

  • Abortion coverage varies by plan and state regulations, while preventive care remains consistent.

  • Most ACA subsidy recipients won't be affected by rising premiums, as subsidies adjust accordingly.

  • Debts to insurers or the IRS won't prevent coverage, offering relief amid ongoing COVID-related challenges.

  • New rules aim to simplify comparison shopping, with standardized benefits and cost-comparison tools available for consumers.

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