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Facts About Trumpcare Plans (Short Term Health Insurance Plans) You Need To Know For The 2018 And 2019 Open-Enrollment
- Trumpcare (short term health insurance) does not have to provide coverage even if you have a pre-existing condition. If you have a serious health issue, or if you weigh more than 300lbs, you will likely not qualify for a short term health insurance plan.
- Short Term Health Insurance Plans (Trumpcare) typically cost about 30% to 40% of major medical plan that complies with the ACA (Obamacare). For example, the average 30 year old male in Florida (non-smoker) would have to pay approximately $300 to $400 a month for an ACA (Obamacare) plan. A short term health insurance plan from either United Healthcare Short Term Health Insurance, or National General Health Insurance, would cost approximately $90 to $110 a month.
- Trumpcare plans do not provide coverage for maternity and prenatal care. If you are expecting, or plan on expecting, then a short term health insurance plan is likely not a fit for you.
- Short-Term Health Insurance plans, especially plans from larger and more well established insurance carriers like National General and United Healthcare, will provide you with the same level of access to doctors, hospitals and urgent care facilities, as a major medical (Obamacare) plan will. In fact, with respect to the two previously mentioned carriers, UHC and National General, there are some areas where you will actually have more options with respect to doctors and hospitals than with an Obamacare plan.
- Short Term Health Insurance plans are now no longer, “short term” as they were recently changed and approved by the government to be used year round. Unless you live in the state of Connecticut, you can have a twelve month policy term under a short term health insurance policy. Short-term plans were previously limited to three months per policy term.
- You will not have to pay the tax penalty for not having health insurance under Obamacare if you obtain a Trump-care (short term health insurance) plan. Officially, as of 2019, the Obamacare tax penalty is no longer being enforced.
- You will be allowed to bundle-in additional insurance products and services like dental, vision, disability, accidental, as well as some others. Some additional products would provide coverage in the event you had a significant deductible because you were hospitalized. While these services are in fact of value, some of which can be critical to help pay for out of pocket expenses like deductibles and co-pays, there is an additional cost for them.
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