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Frequently Asked Questions for Individual Health Insurance Health Insurance Info

  • Can you have more than one Health Insurance Plan for your self?
    No, it doesn't work that way with Individual Plans. Most carriers require you to cancel your existing policy once approved for your new plan.

  • How to get individual health insurance in US as a new immigrant?
    Most major US health insurance companies require a person to have lived in the US at least 6 months to 1 year.

  • Where is good place to buy individual health care insurance?
    Insurance should be bought through a broker. Brokers can show you plans from multiple companies and the cost is the same weather you use a agent or not. When you process the application through the broker, they can help to speed up the process and make it a very easy transaction.

  • What individual health insurance is good but cheap?
    That depends on how you define "good." The only individual insurance plans that I would consider cheap are plans with very high deductibles. Insurance rates also vary greatly depending on your age, health and where you live.

  • What is the best individual health insurance?
    There is no one best individual health insurance; you'll need to find the one that's best for you. Find an insurance broker that does business in your state. A good broker can show you every plan that's available, help you with the application process, and help you down the road as well.

  • Does individual health insurance qualify for tax deduction?
    Healthcare Insurance Premiums are deductible as part of Medical and Dental expenses. Only the amount of all of your medical and dental expenses that exceeds 7.5% of your Adjusted Gross Income can be deducted.

  • Is it legal for my employer to make me take an individual health insurance policy instead of company policy?
    It depends on what they are offering other employees. An employer does not legally have to provide health insurance at all. However, if they offer it to employees, they have to offer the same plan to all employees. They can offer you whatever they want to as long as everyone is getting offered the same thing.

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