SeeMyOptions.com Offers New Search Tools to Find Health Insurance in Preparation for the Affordable Care Act

SeeMyOptions.com Offers New Search Tools to Find Health Insurance in Preparation for the Affordable Care Act

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The Affordable Care Act, passed by President Obama’s Administration, has created considerable confusion for consumers searching for health insurance. A new website, SeeMyOptions.com, provides access to search tools that allow consumers to compare plans from more than 50 insurance carriers and to apply for insurance directly from the site. Additionally, consumers can speak directly with licensed sales agents to obtain advice and assistance in the often daunting task of selecting an insurance plan. The site and service is free to the consumer.

After comparing plans, the consumer can then submit an application directly to the insurer of their choice or speak with a licensed agent for assistance.

Consumers of all ages and income levels can use the website. Baby-boomers who become eligible for Medicare can use the site to find Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement insurance. Small businesses that do not provide health insurance can refer their employees to the site, and any individual can search for insurance coverage for themselves or their family.

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