Insure.com Lends a Helping Hand to Navigate Health Insurance Options for Domestic Partners
Foster City, CA – November 13, 2019 – The number of marriages in the U.S. is decreasing, while domestic partnerships or cohabitating has become a more common living arrangement for American couples. Insure.com, a one-stop destination for unbiased, expert advice on health, life and home insurance, just released a new guide to help Americans understand the ins and outs while comparing health insurance options for domestic partnerships.
Most companies and the health insurance marketplace exchange offers health insurance benefits to domestic partners. However, federal programs like Medicare and Medicaid don’t provide this benefit. Also, states’ rules vary on domestic partnerships, including hospital visitation and medical decision-making benefits.
This guide offers an overview including:
- The definition of domestic partnerships for insurance purposes
- The difference between a marriage and domestic partnership
- Health care rights for people in domestic partnerships
- Tax implications
View the complete article by visiting: Health insurance benefits for domestic partners
Insure.com’s Managing Editor Les Masterson is available for comment on this topic.
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