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New QLE (Qualifying Life Event) & Special Enrollment Period Info on my Site

I've added a new page to my site as we move into the autumn and towards the 2015 Open Enrollment Period.

There are quite a few Special Eligibility criteria currently available for people outside of the open enrollment period and I wanted to summarize them in a concise list.  #11 alone has 7 different scenarios for enrollment eligibility outside of open enrollment.

If you are viewing this blog on my web site ( then just select either the ACA or Health Insurance tab and there will be a link on either of those pages.  If you are on the blogspot page click on the link below.  

Dave's QLE List

Remember, 2015 open enrollment begins November 15th, 2014 and runs through February 15th, 2015.  


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