With nearly a month left in the 2023 Open Enrollment Period, booksellers should be sure that they have the right coverage for themselves, their family, and/or their employees as the deadline draws near. Importantly, booksellers who require a January 1, 2023, start date for their health coverage, should note the deadline for enrollment is December 15, 2022. While booksellers can still enroll after December 15, it is important to remember that this will be a February 1 start date (all plans must be finalized by January 15, 2023).
As a member of American Booksellers Association, our partner at LIG Solutions is here to assist booksellers in finding a plan that fits their specific needs, whether it’s an individual, a family or family member needing help, or whether a bookseller needs coverage for their employees.
UNDER 65 Coverage for Individuals and Families*: The Open Enrollment Period for ACA plans has been extended to January 15, 2023, and booksellers should be aware of these deadlines:
December 15, 2022: This is the deadline if booksellers need coverage to start on January 1, 2023.
January 15, 2023: This is the DEADLINE if booksellers need coverage to start on February 1, 2023.
Business Solutions: For booksellers who need health coverage options for their employees with a traditional group or the new ICHRA, these can be done at any time of the year but call or schedule an appointment today to learn more. Please use this link to schedule an appointment with Tim McNichols.
Medicare (Over 65)**: The Annual Enrolment Period for Medicare ended on December 7, 2022.
Booksellers can schedule their appointment or call today.
To access this exclusive member program please visit the LIG landing page for ABA members to learn more. Booksellers can also call 866-732-3028 for immediate assistance.
*Please note the LIG Association health Program is not an Association Health Plan or similar Group offering. LIG Solutions offers health coverage options for individuals, families, and business solutions for employee health coverage across the USA and this is subject to state and federal regulations that may limit the options available to booksellers based on where booksellers reside.