The American Rescue Plan reduces New Hampshire Healthcare Costs
The American Rescue Plan is decreasing the price of medical insurance for individuals in New Hampshire and throughout the nation – making the most important enhancement to the Affordable Care Act in a decade.
In line with the Kaiser Household Basis, in New Hampshire, a household of 4 making $85,000 per year may save $228 per month on health insurance premiums because of the American Rescue Plan’s provisions.
This means annual savings of over $2700.00
A retired couple in New Hampshire, each age 60, with $70,000 in annual revenue, may save $918 per month on premiums.
This means annual savings of over $11.000.00
New Hampshire's state of emergency that has been in effect since March 2020 came to an end midnight Friday June 11th Gov. Chris Sununu announced.
"We've been spending a lot of time talking about not just seeing the light at the end of the tunnel, but we really are there," Sununu said. "We're kind of at the precipice, if you will, of the end of the tunnel."
We will make sure that you get the maximum amount of financial relief that you’re entitled to.
You probably qualify for low or zero-premium healthcare with the lowest deductibles, lowest out-of-pocket costs, and the lowest cost to see your doctor.
This is full coverage and covers everything from the private health insurance companies that you can choose like Anthem, Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Cigna, Aetna, United Healthcare, and all the brand name carriers that you know and trust.
Call us at (877) THE HALO to make sure you get every dollar this new law wants to give you.