Being self-employed doesn’t mean you have to go without insurance. Living in Washington means that there are quite a number of health insurance options available to you.
One of the biggest concerns regarding health insurance is the monthly cost or premiums. Being self-employed that concern doubles as you have to pay for your own coverage.
Thankfully, there are a number of benefits associated with purchasing self-employed insurance.
You are eligible for self-employed health insurance if you have an income that is through a business that has no other employees with reported income at the end of the year.
It turns out that a small business is defined by the law as a business with a minimum of 2 and maximum of 50 full time workers. This definition means that a business run as a sole-proprietorship with a single employee or a partnership with no workers can still benefit from the self-employed/small business health insurance plans.
It doesn't matter if you are the only full time employee, or you have 50, you can benefit from this ensuring that you, your dependents and workers can be covered under a group health plan.
With all that choice it can be overwhelming to select self-employed health insurance coverage by yourself. That’s why we at Very Good Coverage decided to make a form that gives you a choice you’d love.
All you have to do is put in your information, answer a few questions about your preferences and before you know it, you have a health insurance quote matched to you.
Getting insurance can be confusing, let us at Very Good Coverage make it all so easy!