Health Insurance

Getting Covered as a Freelancer Has Never Been Easy – Until Now

Independent workers face many obstacles when it comes to finding affordable and adequate health insurance coverage. That’s why we’ve done the research to bring you the most important insurance products on the market.

Log in to see our accessible and affordable healthcare coverage options based on your location, age, and average income:

When you buy insurance through us, you support our advocacy work at no cost to you.

About Open Enrollment

open Enrollment is Closed

Open Enrollment is the one time of year when you can purchase or adjust your health insurance plan for the coming year.

This year’s window is November 1 – January 15, 2023. If you miss it, you’ll have to wait until next year.

The only exceptions are if you experience a Qualifying Life Event, such as: losing existing healthcare from a job or COBRA, aging out of your parents’ health plan, getting married or divorced, having a child, or moving to a different state or region.

About Our Health Insurance

You’re the boss. Give yourself good benefits.

A health plan is a year-long commitment with serious implications for your ability to access and afford health care, so you need information and options you can trust.

Here at Freelancers Union, we can help you navigate the insurance market to get the coverage you need at a price you can afford. As an advocate for our members, our mission is to protect and improve the lives of independent workers. Part of that means helping you navigate the insurance industry, as well as connecting you to quality coverage at the best possible price.

When it comes to insurance, we’re experts. We have more than 20 years of experience connecting freelancers to the right insurance plans. When you purchase through us, you help sustain Freelancers Union’s advocacy, support, and community programs at no cost to you! You can also rest assured that we’re here for you if you ever have questions about your health plan.

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Small Business Benefits

Level up your freelance business with a full suite of benefits from our Professional Employer Organization partner, including PPO plans with out-of-state coverage, for residents of New York, New Jersey, & Pennsylvania.

Why buy insurance with freelancers union

Where you buy insurance
Actually matters

  • When you purchase a plan through Freelancers Union, we get a small commission at no extra cost to you
  • These funds help us continue our work advocating for and supporting freelancers around the country
  • Partnerships also help us ensure that we’re finding the best plans and discounts for our members

Need more help
choosing a plan?

About Galileo

Galileo makes it easy to get an annual wellness visit

Virtual annual exams are convenient and affordable on the Galileo app. See your doctor anytime, from anywhere—no driving across town or taking time off work. Instead of waiting to see a doctor when you’re sick, wellness visits are proven to not only improve your health, but also give you peace of mind.

When you have your annual exam with Galileo, here’s what you get for no additional cost:

  • Personalized advice and recommendations
  • Ongoing care for any existing issues
  • Unlimited follow-ups by chat or video

You will be redirected to NB Marketplace


Freelancers Union, Inc. (FU) is not a licensed insurance agent. Freelancers Insurance Agency, a wholly owned affiliate of FU, is a licensed producer in the lines of Property and Casualty insurance in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and California only. FIA contracts with Dinghy USA Inc. and NSM Insurance Services LLC (collectively “Dinghy”). Dinghy is part of the NSM Insurance Group and a nationally licensed insurance producer. Other than New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and California, Dinghy is acting as the insurance agent of record. You should consider your needs when selecting products. FU does not make specific product recommendations for individuals. Each insurer has sole responsibility for its products.

The information on this Website about insurance benefits is a summary of applicable terms and conditions that is provided for general informational purposes only. The terms of any insurance products are governed solely by the applicable Member Contract or Policy Form. In the event of any inconsistency between information provided on this Website and the specific provisions of the Member Contract provided by the carrier, the carrier’s Contract shall govern.