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Most brokers are probably familiar with the new guidance from President Trump’s administration that would extend regulations around short-term health insurance plans.

The new regulations would allow these plans to provide coverage for up to 364 days, as opposed to three months. If these new regulations are approved, many expect more consumers will consider short-term plans as an alternative to comprehensive coverage.

Some brokers may prefer not to weigh in on short-term plans, but it’s possible that you will have some important clients who will want your experienced opinion. If a decision-maker, or a decision-maker’s family member, is asking for assistance, it may benefit your agency to have some steps in place to help.

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