Short-term health insurance is often used as a more affordable alternative to traditional insurance plans for those who don’t qualify for subsidies to lower their monthly payments.
It works well for those who are generally healthy and just want catastrophic insurance coverage to protect them against unexpected medical costs.
Here’s a new way to save even more on the cost of health insurance:
Single Payment Short-Term Health Insurance
National General Insurance now offers savings of 40% when you choose to pay for your short-term health insurance policy upfront. Obviously, this requires that you have some disposable money to make a large lump-sum payment, but the ultimate savings are significant.
Plans can be in place for up to 11 months. If you have coverage for yourself (maybe through your employer) but need a more affordable option for a dependent child, National General offers child-only plans.
You can get some quick, no-obligation prices here:
Pro Tip: You can add a supplemental accident plan to your policy for just a little bit more, and you can also add a dental plan (we recommend the “Dental Plus” plan). In fact, you’ll save 15% on the dental plan when you bundle these together.
(These add-on policies are billed monthly).