26 is a benchmark birthday when it comes to health insurance. It means it’s time to get coverage that’s separate from your parents’ plan.
Maybe you’ve been on your own awhile. Maybe this is the first time you’re taking charge of life. Either way, when you turn 26, it’s your time to take the lead on choosing a health plan that’s right for you.
Timing is everything.
Remember that your window of time for making changes to your health insurance is only open for 60 days after you turn 26. Get started right away to get the coverage you want and need.
No individual applying for health coverage through the individual Marketplace will be discouraged from applying for benefits, turned down for coverage or charged more premium because of health status, medical condition, mental illness claims experience, medical history, genetic information or health disability. In addition, no individual will be denied coverage based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, personal appearance, political affiliation or source of income.
Short Term Medical plans are medically underwritten and do not provide coverage for preexisting conditions or meet the mandated coverage necessary to avoid tax penalty under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Expiration or termination of a Short Term Medical℠ plan does not trigger an ACA Special Enrollment opportunity.
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