#1
I plan on graduating early next year.. I'm 16, and I will be 17 when i plan to graduate. My mom is dead-set against me graduating early, and she keeps throwing excuses of how and why i shouldn't.. The latest excuse is how i will be off my parent's insurance if i graduate before my second semester of my senior year. Basically, if I graduate early, will i lose my parent's insurance, since i'm not a student? or will there be any other issues from graduating early?

(my parent's insurance is wellmark blue cross blue shield, i don't know if that makes that much of a difference... but yeah..)
#3
dunno for sure.

try a semester of community college if it does.
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You'll be off if it when you turn 18, anyway.

not true. I'm nineteen and still on my moms. As long as I do at least sixteen credit hours a semester I can stay insured by her until I'm twenty five.
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not true. I'm nineteen and still on my moms. As long as I do at least sixteen credit hours a semester I can stay insured by her until I'm twenty five.


yes, this is how health insurance works in the US. and there's no way you can lose it until you turn 18 at any rate.
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#7
you should be covered untill ur 19 but if you go to college you have coverage till 22
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you should be covered untill ur 19 but if you go to college you have coverage till 22


it's 25 not 22. (this is obviously assuming you go to graduate school or something)
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#9
Usually you only lose it if you're not in school. If you plan on going to college you should be okay.
#11
Depends on the plan, but you re guaranteed until 18 or 19, and then if you go to college fulltime, you get a few more years. I'm good on insurance until 23 through my dads. And, I get flight benefits as well XD
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#12
Thats cool..im graduating early too and on the same semester and year . Sept Im 18 in two months.

lol well I dont know how insurance goes, but considering youre only gonna be 17..youd be limited in jobs age wise. Job is your ticket to money..which insurance will cost you if you cant get with your parents. Thats as far as my advice goes
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#13
i plan on going to college as soon as i can, whether it be when i'm 17, during 2nd semester senior year, (i need one semester to take required classes to graduate) or the first semester of the next year.. I don't think it's possible for me to go to college when i'm 17 though. my parents would never allow me to leave before i turn 18 anyway, and i'm fine with that.. i just figure i can get some cash put away from a full time job instead of taking a pointless semester of school.. eh?
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i plan on going to college as soon as i can, whether it be when i'm 17, during 2nd semester senior year, (i need one semester to take required classes to graduate) or the first semester of the next year.. I don't think it's possible for me to go to college when i'm 17 though. my parents would never allow me to leave before i turn 18 anyway, and i'm fine with that.. i just figure i can get some cash put away from a full time job instead of taking a pointless semester of school.. eh?


If you get a full time job that means you can get dropped from your parents insurance, I went to college at 17, it's very doable.
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i plan on going to college as soon as i can, whether it be when i'm 17, during 2nd semester senior year, (i need one semester to take required classes to graduate) or the first semester of the next year.. I don't think it's possible for me to go to college when i'm 17 though. my parents would never allow me to leave before i turn 18 anyway, and i'm fine with that.. i just figure i can get some cash put away from a full time job instead of taking a pointless semester of school.. eh?

Why not? My best friend is graduating in a few months and he JUST turned 17..he plans on going straight to college during his summer break. Or is this purely a parent thing ?
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#17
Well in most situations, you're on your folks insurance for as long as you're in school, which generally includes college.
So if you're heading off to college, there most likely won't be a problem, and she's probably just bluffing.
And I also know that regardless of school, you're safe till you're a legal adult (which is usually 18).

Again, this might be different with your insurance.

I dunno.
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TS I also have a form of Blue Cross Blue Shield. In my plan I am covered till I am 18 and then till 25 as long as I am enrolled in college. Every year I have to have my school fax an enrollment verification form over to BCBS as proof I'm in college. Your still good TS!
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