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Ann Said:Does using parents health insurance make me dependent?
We Answered:Being a dependent on your parent's health insurance plan is only allowed because you are a dependent of your parent's according to their tax return (not the other way around).
Of course some insurance companies make exceptions and there are small differences from company to company but generally speaking this is the case.
Most plans will force you to purchase your own health insurance plan at age 24 or 25 even if you are a full time student so you should make sure that you keep your health insurance coverage up to date.
Here is some more information on finding a student health insurance plan:
Glen Said:Can my private university force me to buy its student health insurance?
We Answered:A private school can require you to do just about anything as a condition of admittance -- because they are a private institution, not a govt agency. It's all a matter of contract -- you can either do what they want, or not accept admission. Your choice.
Racial prejudice is about the only thing prohibited -- and that's only under the 13th Amendment, which affects private groups -- the 14th only applies to govt action.
Cory Said:Which insurance school prepares students best for Life and Health exam?
We Answered:Try this - I haven't had a personal experience with them, but it seems thorough...http://www.learninsurance.com/texasinsur…
Denise Said:What is criminal in taking a man's job, deny him health insurance and force his children into poor schools?
We Answered:Perhaps is was spoken metaphorically
Tim Said:Do local schools provide health insurance for the children for a fee, if needed ?
We Answered:Sort of. At the beginning of the school year, watch all those papers coming home. There is usually an offer for 'group accident' coverage. It's not HEALTH insurance, it's ACCIDENT insurance, to cover accidents - not illnesses. So broken legs, broken arms, etc, would be covered. It's CHEAP. For a full year, 24 hour coverage runs about $126 a year. You can add dental (Dental ACCIDENT, like, oh, my kid's tooth got knocked out in gym class) for about $15 a year. You can only sign up for it the first 30 days of school, so if you don't see that paper, you might want to go to the school office and pick it up.