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This Web site contains a compilation of more than a thousand consumer finance  columns written by Tony Novak from the 1980s through 2006, updated and reformatted for maximum usefulness today.  New material was added after 2010.

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Review of 36 month medical policy

originally posted: 11/22/2006  reposted: 2/18/2011 This post has not been recently reviewed or revised by the author and may be out of date. If in doubt, please send a new question or ask for an update.

Q: I am age 62 in good health and need health insurance for about 32 months I become eligible for Medicare. The 36 month short term medical plan seems right for me but I want to know more about it than I could find on the insurance company's Web site.

A: The most complete resource for this policy is the recent article "Review of Secure 12x3 STM". You will likely find the answers to most of your questions there. If not, please forward your questions here for possible inclusion in the next product review.


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Review of Secure 12x3 STM