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Get the health coverage you need for 2021 during the Special Enrollment Period.

Now until August 15, you can get enrolled in a health insurance plan — or change your current one — without proof of a qualifying life event.* See if your state is participating here.

*Certain restrictions apply.

Find a plan that best fits your needs.

Get coverage in a few easy steps:

  1. Answer three easy questions about yourself.
  2. Add dependents or primary physicians to check if they're in-network.
  3. Review plans and choose the one that best fits your needs.
  4. Create your account and complete checkout to lock in coverage.

80% of people choose the wrong health insurance plan.* But not on our watch.

Our digital portal gives you access to hundreds of plans, from national to regional carriers, to make the most informed choice for you and your family.

Even if you’re happy with your current plan — what if you could find the same level of coverage for less? A few minutes searching could bring you more peace of mind (and cash in your wallet).

Get started and see for yourself.

*Johnson, Hassin, Baker, Bajger, Treurer, 2013.

What can you use your HSA or FSA dollars on, exactly?

These are some of the most common IRS-qualified medical expenses.*


  • Ambulance
  • Doctor visits and copays
  • Fertility treatments
  • Laboratory fees
  • Surgery (excluding cosmetic surgery)


  • Flu shots
  • Over-the-counter medicines and drugs (like allergy and sinus medicine, cold and flu medicine, ointments for cuts, burns, or rashes, and pain relievers)


  • Artificial limbs
  • Crutches
  • Medical alert bracelet
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE) like masks and hand sanitizers


  • Acupuncture
  • Chiropractor
  • Dental treatments, including x-rays, cleanings,
    fillings, sealants, braces, and tooth removal
  • Eyeglasses (Rx and reading)
  • Speech therapy


  • Au pair services
  • Babysitting services
  • Before- and after-school programs
  • Custodial or eldercare expenses, either in-home or at a daycare center
  • Nursery school
  • Pre-kindergarten
  • Summer day camp (for programs not educational in nature)

The cost of healthcare is rising — and fast. Having a separate account for medical expenses (and the ability to contribute tax-free) can be a big help when it comes to saving and budgeting for your healthcare.


We're a proud partner with KindHealth.

KindHealth is revolutionizing the health insurance industry, providing the tools to help you find a plan, enroll in coverage, and so much more — without paying for the things you shouldn't. From finding errors on your medical bills to making smart insurance recommendations, KindHealth is your personal health advocate in the complex world of insurance, even after you've enrolled. Don't just get coverage — get cared for with KindHealth.

Have more questions?

Check out other commonly asked questions here, or give us a call at (866) 924-8896

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