A place to go in person to sign up fo...

A place to go in person to sign up for obama care or afforable act Insurance

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Need Insurance

Mount Vernon, KY

#1 Oct 26, 2013
Does anyone know if there is some place they will be setting up so you can go in person and sign up for this affordable Act insurance in London?
TrickOrTreat

United States

#2 Oct 26, 2013
Maybe the food stamp office can tell you.
blah

Cynthiana, KY

#3 Oct 26, 2013
You can on healthcare.gov and print out an application.
wrong

London, KY

#4 Oct 26, 2013
Kentucky runs its own market place so you need to use kynect.com not healthcare.gov
blah

Cynthiana, KY

#5 Oct 26, 2013
if you go to healthcare.gov it does transfer you to kynect.com ..It a pretty simple..Don't have to be a smart A$$
Need Insurance

Somerset, KY

#6 Oct 27, 2013
blah wrote:
if you go to healthcare.gov it does transfer you to kynect.com ..It a pretty simple..Don't have to be a smart A$$
I was asking for a person that don't have internet service and wants to do it in person, I am sure for people like that they will be signing people up here in town at one point>Just thought maybe someone would know, Food stamp office wasn't helpful.
Farmer

Lexington, KY

#7 Oct 27, 2013
Need Insurance wrote:
<quoted text> I was asking for a person that don't have internet service and wants to do it in person, I am sure for people like that they will be signing people up here in town at one point>Just thought maybe someone would know, Food stamp office wasn't helpful.
Write Obama, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., D.C. 20510, he can tell you I'm sure, he might even call you.
You have several months, if that doesn't work, try you local library.
Marge

Flat Lick, KY

#9 Oct 27, 2013
Worthless. Can't post phone numbers on Topix.
okay

London, KY

#10 Oct 27, 2013
If someone doesn't have Internet then they can go to the library they have computers there. Or they can call the aca market place and ask for a paper application or you could print them one off from healthcare.gov or even better let them use your your computer since you are so worried about them. FYI the place that processes the applications and any paperwork you send in is here in London on the north side of town and one of the call centers for it is one the south end of London.
Historian

Madisonville, KY

#11 Oct 27, 2013
I have had several people who do not have computers and do not know how to get on the internet (there are a lot of them around, especially people in their 50s) ask me where they can go to sign up. The only answer that I have gotten so far from anyone is that they can go to the KY social services office and ask them. But in a lot of cases, it is poor people who qualify for the Medicaid expansion. In that case the social service office is not able to take applications until Dec. 16. They won't even know for sure if someone qualifies for the expanded Medicaid until then because of all the rule changes about how much in the way of assets that you can or cannot have, since the old rules no longer apply and they do not yet know the new rules.
family

London, KY

#12 Oct 27, 2013
I make 42000 a year and have 4 in my house hold. 43 years old. mine is going to cost 328 a year est. I am not sure if my savings and my home and cars being paid for have anything to do with it or not. does anybody know. currently paying about 659 for the family. I use to make really good money and have alot of toys(boat,side by side etc). would owning these things and my savings account knock me out.
Uhh

Flat Lick, KY

#13 Oct 27, 2013
family wrote:
I make 42000 a year and have 4 in my house hold. 43 years old. mine is going to cost 328 a year est. I am not sure if my savings and my home and cars being paid for have anything to do with it or not. does anybody know. currently paying about 659 for the family. I use to make really good money and have alot of toys(boat,side by side etc). would owning these things and my savings account knock me out.
$328 a year?
family

London, KY

#14 Oct 27, 2013
month. sorry
Poor Boy

London, KY

#15 Oct 27, 2013
Good luck finding anything cheaper. I'm single and gross $13,500 a year and the cheapest thing they came up with on kynect is $315 a month with $5000 Deductible, it says I do not qualify for any federal assistance and I have been rejected for medicaid in the past, so I guess if that is the best they can come up with they will just have to bill me for the penalties and fines because I can't come up with $315 a month.
yeahyeahyeah

Greenville, SC

#16 Oct 28, 2013
Poor Boy wrote:
Good luck finding anything cheaper. I'm single and gross $13,500 a year and the cheapest thing they came up with on kynect is $315 a month with $5000 Deductible, it says I do not qualify for any federal assistance and I have been rejected for medicaid in the past, so I guess if that is the best they can come up with they will just have to bill me for the penalties and fines because I can't come up with $315 a month.
You know "poor boy", I was wandering the same damn thing. If you could AFFORD insurance you would already have it. So what is Dummy Obammy going to do about the ones like you that can't afford it to start with???? Does any DEMOCRATS out there in Topix Land have an answer for this? If so, this is one time a REPUBLICAN would really like to hear what a DEMOCRAT has to say. Before I get any smart-assed answers, read "poor boys" message very carefully. He makes $13,500 a year and they want $315 a month........yeah, do the math, which comes up to $3,780.00. Now who in the hell making $13,500 a year can afford $4,000 for insurance.
FYI

London, KY

#17 Oct 28, 2013
Poor Boy wrote:
Good luck finding anything cheaper. I'm single and gross $13,500 a year and the cheapest thing they came up with on kynect is $315 a month with $5000 Deductible, it says I do not qualify for any federal assistance and I have been rejected for medicaid in the past, so I guess if that is the best they can come up with they will just have to bill me for the penalties and fines because I can't come up with $315 a month.
Anyone can see you draw a check. I bet you already have medicare and food stamps you don't need to spread bald face lies.
wtf

Eubank, KY

#18 Oct 28, 2013
use the calulator they give you and you will see that if you make 13500 you will have free health care. You have done it wrong or a liar
Historian

Madisonville, KY

#19 Oct 28, 2013
wtf wrote:
use the calulator they give you and you will see that if you make 13500 you will have free health care. You have done it wrong or a liar
Maybe not. Like I said before, they can't tell you if you qualify for Medicaid or not until after Dec. 16. Under the present rules just making $13,500 a year does not qualify you for Medicaid if you have over a certain amount in assets, such as more than one car, over a certain amount of money in the bank, or other property. I asked and nobody could tell me what the assets limits would be under the new Medicaid expansion.
an american

Manchester, KY

#20 Oct 28, 2013
I seen our governor yacking sunday on the talk shows of the 26,000 that have signed up in ky almost all of them already get Medicaid, it is a joke just like Obama. Did any of you working people see good old harry reid saying we all want to pay more taxes, so they have more of our money to waste, I think not.
Old Man

London, KY

#21 Oct 28, 2013
You know I have looked over the kunect site and no where can I find what you are suppsed to do if you are on Social Security and have Medicare already. Of course medicare don't pay everything but do people with medicare still have to get some kind of insurance ? Just wondering and I know this is a question I should be asking kynect but I'm just saying everything is not clear with the new health care stuff.

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