By: Afiq Hisham
Workers across the state face layoffs as non-essential businesses in Montana close their doors to keep the coronavirus out. Even so, losing your job doesn’t necessarily mean you have to lose your health care coverage as well if you apply and qualify for a certain federal program…
Whether that’s best for you depends on what your needs are, according to the State Auditor Office.
“They will have to consider the cost of that plan and their employer will be able to provide them with that information,” said Matthew M. Rosendale Sr., the state commissioner of securities and insurance, “and then they can judge that and compare that against other options that are currently available out there.”
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