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STHP Facts

Short Term Health Insurance, also know as Short Term Health Plans (STHP) are a big focus of discussion by millions of consumers within the USA. Reason being is simple, currently if you missed the open enrollment period (October 1st through March 31st for most states) and you wish to obtain healthcare, a short term health plan might be your only option.

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That is unless you have a “qualifying life event” which would then make you eligible for an ACA approved plan. Use the following link to find out more about what is considered an “Obamacare Qualifying Event”.

The Top Five Short Term Health Plan Facts That You Must Know

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Those are the primary five most important things you need to know whenever you are shopping for short term health care. Again, we strongly advise that you speak with a short term health insurance specialist before purchasing any plan. Licensed and trained professionals are available 24/7 (typically) and will happily answer any of the questions that you may have.

Update 12/3/2014: If you are interested in determining if you are eligible for subsidies under the Affordable Care Act, please use the calculator provided below. This Obamacare Subsidy Calculator which has been updated for the 2014/2015 season will give you an accurate estimate as to how much of a subsidy you qualify for. Please keep in mind that it is still advised that you speak with a licensed health insurance agent to ensure that you aren’t overlooking anything that would prevent you from obtaining a larger subsidy.

2018 Obamacare Subsidy Calculator Provided by: SubsidyCalculator.com


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