Need help applying for health insurance? Legal Aid is here to help!
What you need to know:
*Open enrollment is from November 1, 2017 to December 15, 2017. After this date, you can enroll or change plans only if you qualify for Special Enrollment.
*If you do not purchase health insurance coverage, you will face a fine on your tax return. $695 per adult (and $347.50 per child) up to $2,085 or 2.5% of the annual household income in excess of the return filing threshold up to the national average premium for a bronze level health plan. In 2016, the national average was $2,676 per year for an individual.
*Legal Aid is here to help Hawaii residents find affordable coverage. For FREE help call (808) 536-4302 to make an appointment. Monday-Friday (9:00-11:30 A.M. and 1:00-3:30 P.M.)
Met mi auchea omw kopwe sinei:
* Fansoun a suk ach alilis ngonuk on ewe insurance a poputa on November 1, 2017 iwe epwe muchuno on December 15, 2017. January 31, 2017 epwe much atun omw kopwe apply ika siwili ewe insurance ka finata. Murin ei pwinin maram, a kesip omw kopwe apply ika siwini noum we insurance chilon chok ren ewe Special Enrollment.
* Ika pun ese or noum insurance, kopwe pakking ika a tori fansoun kamotiwen tax. Ewe paking epwe ukukun: ei paking epwe ukukun $695 emen mi mukuno (pwan $347.50 emen semerit) tori ukukun $2,085 ike 2.5% en unusen moni tolong ngeni ew family lon ew ier ika aukukun average ren memen ew bronze coverage insurance. Lon 2016 ena average plan a ukukun $2,676 ew year ren emen chok aramas.
* Legal Aid iei mi moneta an epwe alisi chon Hawaii ar repwe kut nour insurance mei mwokukun. Kokori ei nampa 808-536-4302 (ese kamo, mi chok free) ren ach sipwe alisuk.
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