My company is paying for my medical insurance?

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  • My company is paying for my medical insurance?


Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 19:28
If your dad owns the company, why don't you ask him what is going on? In most state's children can't be on their own policy. They have to be on a parent's policy. That would mean, that you can stay on your parent's policy until age 26 (26th birthday) IF your parent's allow it. But if your dad was not on her father's policy, then she would be uninsured.
Answer #2 | 20/12 2013 04:12
The whole "you can stay on your parent's health insurance until you are 26", is only if dad has a policy through HIS employer, and is up to dad, not you. Also, dad's grandchild can NOT go onto dad's policy. Sounds like you're working for dad - so you are going on the policy through YOUR employer, which DOES allow you to add your child. If that's the case, the EMPLOYER has the policy, and all the employees - and their dependents - can be listed on it. Daughter cannot have her own policy. Minor children have to be covered under a parent's policy. Yes, that's how most grownups pay for their health insurance - deducted from their paychecks through their employers, and also paying for their children. That's what it is like, being an adult.

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