Will my health insurance change if I get married?

Will my health insurance change if I get married?

Generally speaking, you can only change your health plan during open enrollment, which runs from November 15 through February 15 this year. However, marriage is considered a qualifying event, which means you can change your health plan 30 days after you tie the knot.

Is health insurance cheaper if married?

Married couples also get big discounts on long-term care insurance, as much as 40%. That's because spouses are likely to care for each other at home whenever possible, while a single person might not have that option.

Can you add a spouse to insurance after open enrollment?

If you need to switch to a spouse's health insurance policy during an open enrollment period, you're in luck. In this situation, changing your coverage is easy: You simply cancel your current coverage and enroll in your spouse's policy.

Do married couples have to have the same auto insurance?

If you are married and living in the same household, Progressive and many other companies require you and your spouse to be covered on the same policy. But, if you're living in separate households, then it's OK and actually necessary to have separate policies because your vehicles are garaged at different locations.