(By Julie Appleby for Kaiser Health News)
Sure, they’re less expensive for consumers, but short-term health policies have another side: They’re highly profitable for insurers and offer hefty sales commissions.
Driven by rising premiums for Affordable Care Act plans, interest in short-term insurance is growing, boosted by Trump administration actions to ease Obama-era restrictions and possibly make federal subsidies available to consumers to purchase them.
That’s good news for brokers, who often see commissions on such policies hit 20 percent or more. Continue reading article here…
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