, May 11, 2010

The White House has issued rules allowing young adults to remain covered by their parents' health insurance policies up to age 26. Under the rules, an employer-sponsored health plan or a company selling individual insurance policies must offer coverage to subscribers' children up to the age of 26, regardless of whether a child lives with his or her parents, attends college, is a dependent for income-tax purposes, or receives financial support from the parents. Coverage is to be available to married and unmarried children alike.

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