Insurers seek to tap growing ranks of early retirees too young ...
There are 3 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Nov 30, 2007, titled Insurers seek to tap growing ranks of early retirees too young .... In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:Health insurers trying to boost individual policy sales are making a new push into an older market -- the roughly 7 million uninsured Americans between the ages of 50 and 64.
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#1 Dec 5, 2007
It's great that the insurance companies are addressing the issue,but there is no mention of the fact that they may give you insurance with a one year pre condition clause.
Any mention of that yet?
#2 Dec 5, 2007
I hope they are using a one year pre-existing condition exclusion. Otherwise, people just pay premiums when they're sick, drop the plan when they feel OK. That forces the rest of us to pay for their bad years without getting any recoup in good years.
#3 Dec 16, 2007
This story shed no insight whatsoever on what the range of monthly premiums might be ... more worthless Sun-Sentinel reporting.
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