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Oregon's Health Insurance Co-Op went out of business July 31, 2016. However, you qualify for a Special Enrollment until Sept. 30!

If you had individual Health insurance with Oregon Co-Op we can help you to smoothly select an insurance plan that will include your doctors, and at no charge to you!

And, if you have already met your deductible with the Oregon Co-Op, your new insurance company will honor those expenses that you have already paid for!

You are responsible for your own health insurance, and you need a high quality and affordable health plan. If you don't have health insurance, you will not only risk being unable to obtain medical care when it is needed, but you will also face an IRS penalty. Call us to schedule an appointment and we will help you to enroll. Or, you can stay at home and we will assist you ON-LINE!

So what is the fee for not having health insurance in 2016? The fee is calculated in two different ways: Percentage of your household income, and per person.

You’ll pay whichever is higher.

Percentage of income

2.5% of household income

Per Person

$695 per adult

$347.50 per child under 18 Maximum: $2085

Maximum: The total yearly premium for the national average price of a Bronze plan sold through the Marketplace, and you still have no health insurance!