Finding and choosing affordable health insurance on your own can be a real challenge these days: ACA, ObamaCare, Exchange, Off-Exchange, PPO, HMO, EPO… It’s confusing!
I am a trusted Colorado health insurance broker serving my clients for over 20 years.
I focus on the challenges you might be facing with access to physicians, understanding the availability of tax credits, bridging to Medicare, and evaluating COBRA limitations: Primarily serving individuals and families, the self-employed and small business owners.
Please call me: 303-579-6397 (I usually answer my phone) or schedule a phone meeting directly on my calendar .
"Tad has been invaluable to my family as we navigated the complexities of health insurance....be it kids who are freelance, being self-employed, retiring early....you name it, Tad has been there for us. I trust him 110%. He is responsive, knowledgeable, and caring. I have recommended him to others who need health insurance options - but I'm happy to give him a stellar recommendation here too!"
"I never thought I could have such a positive experience in the search for insurance. As my partner said after I got off my first call with Tad, 'Sounds like we found our Agent!'"
"Tad is a shining light within the healthcare insurance world and I only have positive things to say about my experience working with him. He helped me pick the plan that was right for me and made the process simple and straightforward. I would recommend him to any and all that need assistance from an insurance broker."
Subsidized ACA plans available on the Colorado Exchange can be attractive for those self-employed and small businesses just starting out.
Small Business Plans
Are you thinking about offering health insurance to a few key employees but not to all employees? I can help set up a customized reimbursement plan (ICHRA) that will give you options.
I was reminded by a new client last week that the options, subsidies, health insurance carriers and each health insurance carrier’s HMO or EPO and PPO networks can be confusing…
It’s early. Even so, it’s not too early to look at what the pending Colorado health insurance open enrollment season (Nov 1st – Jan 15th) may include and how your…