One of the most important aspects of the new regulation on association health plans is its expansion of association insurance availability to individuals who work on their own. Freelancers, independent contractors, sole-proprietors, and unincorporated workers can now explore health coverage options outside the expensive individual health insurance marketplace (i.e. Obamacare) to see if they can save money on insurance costs.
What Is a “Working Owner”
New regulation has allowed individuals to join association health plans as “working owners.” Learn what the qualifications are.
Sole Proprietors & Freelancers Need Lower Cost Coverage
While the ACA has worked well for low-income sole proprietors and freelancers whose insurance is subsidized, a large number of self-employed middle income Americans are going uninsured
Can the self-employed, freelancers, & sole proprietors join AHPs?
Learn how individuals (freelancers, contractors, self-employed, gig economy workers, etc.) can qualify to join association health plans.
Self-Employed Health Insurance
Answers on association health insurance for the self-employed, whether you’re a freelancer, contractor, sole-proprietor, unincorporated or incorporated.