12-36 month STM final rule released

Aug 1, 2018

  1. Yagents
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    It's about time.........................

    Many state markets experienced far more dramatic declines, with unsubsidized enrollment dropping by more than 40 percent in six states, including a 73 percent decline in Arizona.

    2018-08-01 - Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
     
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    FUGGGEEE NEWSSSS ! LOVE IT !!!!
     
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    Where does an Agent find these STM plans?
     
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    Im sure they will be released shortly post October 2, 2018. Timing couldn't be better! BTW what does the maximum duration of 36 months mean exactly ?
     
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    short term plans were 90 day policies, that would renew each 90 day period...now you could write a 36 month policy if a company offers one
     
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    A 3 year short term? WTF
     
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    Will these short-term policies exclude a pre-existing condition no matter how long it has been since you have been treated for that medical condition?
     
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