Health insurance dilemma.

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So I desperately need health insurance, but I’m not eligible for medicaid.

I was looking at options through my boyfriends job (once we get married), and the dental and vision is great for a great cost. But the health insurance would be an extra 360 a month which is not feasible for me.

Then I looked on the healthcare.gov thing, and I could get the health insurance pretty cheap (if if we were to be married and including him for the household income). This would be just for me, and obviously there is also no dental or vision.

So I’m wondering, if I did the healthcare.gov thing for the health, is that allowed considering technically I would be eligible through my then-husband’s insurance? And could I go through his job for the vision and dental, but then the health-care.gov for the main health care?

I just don’t want to be accidentally committing some kind of fraud or something. 😂

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So I desperately need health insurance, but I’m not eligible for medicaid. I was looking at options through my boyfriends job (once we get married), and the dental and vision is great for a great cost. But the health insurance would be an extra 360 a month which is not feasible for me. Then I looked on the healthcare.gov thing, and I could get the health insurance pretty cheap (if if we were to be married and including him for the household income). This would be just for me, and obviously there is also no dental or vision. So I’m wondering, if I did the healthcare.gov thing for the health, is that allowed considering technically I would be eligible through my then-husband’s insurance? And could I go through his job for the vision and dental, but then the health-care.gov for the main health care? I just don’t want to be accidentally committing some kind of fraud or something. 😂
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