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Ryant Insurance & Financial Services

100 M Street SE, Suite 600 (Office #658), District of Columbia, DC 20003
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  • Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Group Plans

Business Description

Ryant Insurance & Financial Services is an independent agency helping District of Columbia residents manage their health risks. It provides business owners with group health insurance programs that cover employees alone or include dependents. Additionally, the agency assists individuals in securing personal insurance plans that provide long-term care protection, disability coverage, and telemedicine options. Brad Ryant, the principal agent, has been in the banking and financial industry for over 35 years and serves on the board of several community organizations.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a tax credit for having health insurance?

The Advance Premium Tax Credit is a federal tax rebate designed to lower the cost of health insurance plans purchased through the Marketplace. Eligibility is based on income and household size. Consumers can decide how much of their tax credit to put toward their premiums.

Do employers have to offer health insurance?

The Affordable Care Act requires companies with at least 50 full-time employees to make essential health benefits available to 95% of their workforce. Companies that choose not to offer such benefits may have to pay a penalty.

Do you have to pay a health insurance deductible upfront?

In most cases, out-of-pocket expenses for approved services count toward your deductible. However, it's increasingly common for hospitals to request all or part of the deductible upfront when scheduling major services, such as CT scans and surgeries.

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