News - Part 2

Want Tax Credits? You won’t Get them Online

Organized to the public as a Travelocity-style marketplace online for health insurance, Colorado’s new health care exchange won’t let customers acquire online tax credits for at least the first month. Colorado health care exchange leaders disclosed Monday during a council board that clients who desire tax credits to arrange health care insurance more accessible will have to seek assistance, rather than assigning the multi-million dollar computer system on their own. One of the core audiences for the new health care exchange is “young unconquerable,” healthy 20-somethings, many of whom favour to make an investigation and purchase everything from athletic shoes to college tuition online. Even customers cooperating with hundreds of individual navigators of…