What is Covered California?
Covered California is where you can find different major health insurance under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. You may qualify for a discount on a health plan based on your income and family size.
The Covered California 2019 Open Enrollment Period is from October 15, 2018 to January 15, 2019. During the Open enrollment period, you can purchase health insurance for the upcoming year. You also can renew or change existing coverage or purchase new coverage. However, even after Open Enrollment has ended, you can get health insurance coverage with the following exceptions under Special Enrollment:
- For a loss of health coverage, such as Medi-Cal or insurance coverage through work-place
- You recently moved to or within California
- You just get married
- You have a new-born child, adopt a child or place a child in adoption or foster care
As the Covered California Certified Insurance Agent, our friendly and qualified staff will help guide you to the eligibility, application and enrollment process. We have the in-depth knowledge of the health plans, enrollment process and tax credits that brings down the cost.
Major Insurance Carriers available include:
|Anthem Blue Cross
|Blue Shield of California
|Valley Health Plan
|and many others
ADDITIONAL SERVICES WE OFFER
Our services provide you with confidence that your insurance needs are serviced professionally. In addition to insurance services, Excella Tax offers a variety of other services, including:
- Business Consulting
- Tax Preparation and Filing
- IRS Tax Audit Representation
- Advanced Accounting Services
We are a registered tax service business, providing individuals and businesses with tax planning and annual tax return preparation services.
CONTACT US TODAY
Here at Excella Tax, we have in-depth insurance knowledge, skills, and expertise to help you make the process of enrollment easy and choose the best affordable health plans for you and your family.
Call us at (805) 981-6357 for FREE assistance or fill out the form below: