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Get the facts about health insurance for your 20something child
Sacramento Bee

When it comes to health insurance for your adult children, I feel it’s always best to explore all your options.

Case in point: Your 22-year-old has just landed a restaurant job that offers medical benefits. Sounds perfectly fine to you because you’ll be off-loading one more drain on your wallet.

But there’s a larger issue that complicates things. The health-care premiums are really going to lighten your son’s paycheck, and you’re now feeling the need to help out financially.