Health Plan Extension Information

Do you have an Individual Health Insurance plan purchased prior to January 1st, 2014? Is your policy Grandfathered or Non-Grandfathered? Curious as to how long you can keep your Non-Grandfathered policy? The map below from the America’s Health Insurance Plans, also known as AHIP, is a great tool for determining what extensions your State Insurance Commissioner may allow for health insurance plans in your state purchased prior to January 1st, 2014.

Here in South Carolina, the SC Department of Insurance has granted a 3 year extension for pre-ACA Non-Grandfathered plans purchased by South Carolina residents.

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