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It is important to get health insurance for yourself and members of your immediate family. Insurance helps to protect you from high health care costs, especially those related to chronic medical conditions or the need for hospitalization. READ MORE >>

In the middle of major life changes, your health insurance plan shouldn’t keep you up at night. Open enrollment isn’t the only time you can change your health insurance coverage. Watch the video below to learn more:     Cosmo Insurance Agency is an independent insurance agency serving surrounding communities in New Jersey. READ MORE >>

If you’re approaching 26 year sold, you may find yourself in looking for health insurance. Soon you’ll be on your own. In some cases, the solution for health insurance comes when your employer provides you with coverage. If this is not the case, then you will have to find your own health plan. READ MORE >>

If you are under the age of 26, there’s a good chance you may still be covered under your parents’ health insurance plan. But once you add that 26th candle to the birthday cake, that health insurance vanishes. Soon you’ll be on your own. READ MORE >>

  Getting Health Insurance Outside of Open Enrollment:   Have you lost coverage and missed open enrollment period?  Certain events can qualify you to obtain coverage outside of open enrollment. You may qualify for a Special Enrollment Period if you or anyone in your household in the past 60 days: READ MORE >>

    Didn't sign up for health insurance during open enrollment?  You may still be able to get coverage two ways: 1.       You qualify for Special Enrollment Period:  If you got married, had a baby, adopted a child, or had moved in the past sixty days. READ MORE >>

    Have you wondered what happens if I don't enroll during Open Enrollment 2018? Are there any special circumstances where I can get health insurance after Open Enrollment? The answer is yes. Yes, you can get health insurance outside of Open Enrollment but only if you qualify. READ MORE >>

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