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CANCELLATION: Unfortunately, the Every Artist Insured workshop scheduled to be held today at the Community Folk Art Center has been cancelled.
 

If you were planning to attend and would be interested in more information, please contact Mike at CNY Arts on Monday at 435-2155.



From October 1, 2013 – March 31, 2014, the Affordable Care Act will be in the “open enrollment” period. These next six months offer a unique opportunity for people in the visual and performing arts and entertainment industry to find affordable health insurance to stay healthy and creative.

The Actors Fund’s Artists Health Insurance Resource Center (AHIRC) knows about healthy artists. They’ve been connecting people who work in the arts around the country to health insurance and affordable health care since 1998. With the advent of Health Care Reform, we’ll all need to be insured. AHIRC exists to help people in the arts across the country to navigate the process of getting health insurance.

This free workshop will help you understand the Affordable Care Act and provide you with clear guidance on what your options are. It's an excellent opportunity for unbiased counseling on an important topic.

It's designed for those who work in the performing arts field, but ALL ARTISTS are invited to attend.

REGISTER NOW!
March 22 at 2pm
Community Folk Art Center

Questions answered include:
What are the new options?
What are the penalties if you don't have insurance?
I'm a freelancer without insurance - how will this affect me?
Who qualifies for subsidies to buy insurance?
Who is eligible for Medicaid?

What is the small business tax credit?
How much does it cost?
How do I apply?

Need more info, click on the links below:

10 Facts About Health Care Reform from The Artists Health Insurance Resource Center

5 Reasons to Visit The Actors Fund for Answers on Health Care Reform

6 Reasons to Visit The Actors Fund for Answers on Health Care Reform for Small Arts Organizations

From October 1, 2013 – March 31, 2014, the Affordable Care Act will be in the “open enrollment” period. These next six months offer a unique opportunity for people in the visual and performing arts and entertainment industry to find affordable health insurance to stay healthy and creative.
The Actors Fund’s Artists Health Insurance Resource Center (AHIRC) knows about healthy artists. They’ve been connecting people who work in the arts around the country to health insurance and affordable health care since 1998. With the advent of Health Care Reform, we’ll all need to be insured. AHIRC exists to help people in the arts across the country to navigate the process of getting health insurance.
We’re hoping you can help us spread the word about getting Every Artist Insured. These marketing materials are for you! Together, let’s assure our nation’s artists Get Covered, Get Health Care and Get Creative!

The Affordable Care Act will be in the “open enrollment” period open until March 31. There a unique opportunity for people in the visual and performing arts and entertainment industry to find affordable health insurance to stay healthy and creative.

The Actors Fund’s Artists Health Insurance Resource Center (AHIRC) knows about healthy artists. They’ve been connecting people who work in the arts around the country to health insurance and affordable health care since 1998. With the advent of Health Care Reform, we’ll all need to be insured. AHIRC exists to help people in the arts across the country to navigate the process of getting health insurance.

Attend this free informational workshop to better understand the Affordable Care Act and provide you with clear guidance on what your options are. It's an excellent opportunity for unbiased counseling on an important topic.

It's designed for those who work in the performing arts field, but is useful for ALL ARTISTS who need insurance.

Make your RESERVATION now. 

Questions answered include:
What are the new options?
What are the penalties if you don't have insurance?
I'm a freelancer without insurance - how will this affect me?
Who qualifies for subsidies to buy insurance?
Who is eligible for Medicaid?
What is the small business tax credit?
How much does it cost?
How do I apply?

Need more info, click the links for more info:
10 Facts About Health Care Reform from The Artists Health Insurance Resource Center 

5 Reasons to Visit The Actors Fund for Answers on Health Care Reform

6 Reasons to Visit The Actors Fund for Answers on Health Care Reform for Small Arts Organizations

 


Posted On: March 19, 2014
Listed As: Arts Forum