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Nefouse & Associates to Offer Health Insurance In Indiana Through Federal Facilitated Exchange
Date:10/2/2013

Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) October 02, 2013

Nefouse & Associates is supporting the changes to the individual health insurance market prompted by the Affordable Care Act. The company will be offering exchange policies through http://www.indianahealthinsurance.com and http:// http://www.indianahealthinsuranceexchange.com.

The Nefouse & Associates exchange site has been operating as an information portal for two years. It is one of the few sources of information about the impacts of the health insurance exchange for Indiana.

“The Affordable Care Act is ushering in a new age for purchasing health insurance in the individual market,” said Tony Nefouse, Vice President. “Under the law, underwriting will be eliminated, providing every resident access to a health insurance policy. In addition, individuals can apply for subsidies through the exchange. If eligible, the subsidy would help lower or even remove monthly premiums.”

Nefouse & Associates has been preparing for open enrollment since 2011. The company is dedicated to finding clients the best insurance solutions, of which many will come by purchasing a policy through the exchange.

Each of the company’s websites will offer a rate engine along with an application process. As confirmed web-based entities, Nefouse & Associates have been authorized by the federal government to provide rates.

“We are thrilled that we can now offer rates instead of just quotes,” said Nefouse. “We used to say congratulations when someone was approved for an individual policy because many Hoosiers were turned down. We don’t have to say that anymore! All Indiana residents will now have access to a policy.”

About Nefouse & Associates
Nefouse & Associates has been providing Hoosiers health insurance since 1991. The company has specialized in group and individual insurance since its inception. To learn more about Nefouse & Associates, please visit http://www.indianahealthinsurance.com

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