A reader asks: My husband and I are getting married.
We have a 1 year old son.
We are both single.
He is also a graduate student.
We will be going on a business trip in February and we need to cover the entire trip for the whole month.
How much will I be charged?
Is there a specific reason why my insurance has to cover a specific trip?
The answer is that we do not have to cover it for any other trip.
There is nothing in the Affordable Care Act that specifically says you must cover a trip.
This is a general rule that covers all trips.
However, the federal government has set the guidelines for what types of health insurance you must be able to purchase.
Some health plans are not required to cover certain types of trips.
For example, some people cannot be covered by the health insurance companies that are part of a network like Blue Cross Blue Shield.
If you cannot afford the full cost of your health insurance, you may want to consider other options that will cover the cost of the trip.