Can you pay another person’s health insurance premiums? We get this question a lot.
Typically a parent will want to pay for their son’s or daughter’s insurance policy. Of course if the child is a minor and the parent has custody, there is no problem at all. If the child is an adult, the adult son or daughter needs to sign the application to indicate that they know that a policy is being applied for and that they agree to the application’s submission.
Insurance companies rarely have any problem with a third party paying premiums for a policy especially if that third party is a family member. Husbands’ policies are often paid from wives’ accounts. Parents pay for children. Sometimes brothers pay for sisters.
Please give us a call at 203-374-3645 if you have questions about health insurance. We are here until 9:00 pm most days of the week.