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HHS (U.S. Department of Health & Human Services)

HHS (U.S. Department of Health & Human Services)
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Yes. In addition to the exclusion from income of any employer contribution towards qualifying adult child coverage, employees may pay the employee...
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Under a change in tax law included in the Affordable Care Act, the value of any employer-provided health coverage for an employee's child is excluded...
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No. There is no federal requirement compelling a plan or issuer to offer dependent coverage at this time. However, the vast majority of group health...
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Neither parent’s plan can deny coverage.
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No. The provision does not apply to Medicare.
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No. Plans and issuers that offer dependent coverage must provide coverage until a child reaches the age of 26. There is one exception for group plans...
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Any qualified individual must be offered all of the benefit packages available to children who did not lose coverage because of loss of dependent...
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Yes. Check with your insurance company to see if they will provide that coverage to you now. If not, watch for the special open enrollment period and...
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The Affordable Care Act requires plans and issuers that offer dependent coverage to make the coverage available until a child reaches the age of 26...
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No. There is no federal requirement compelling a plan or issuer to offer dependent coverage at this time. However, the vast majority of group health...
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Yes. Check with your insurance company to see if they will provide that coverage to you now. If not, watch for the special open enrollment period and...
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Seniors continue to have a choice when they turn 65 and beyond, to enroll in the traditional Medicare plan or to enroll in a Medicare HMO or Medicare...
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If you have been uninsured for six months and have a pre-existing condition, you now have access to health insurance that was not previously...
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It is illegal for health insurance companies that cover children to deny coverage to your child based on a pre-existing condition. This applies to...
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Insurers are now required to permit children to stay on family policies until age 26. This applies to all plans in the individual market, new...