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Reporting Period

What Does Reporting Period Mean?

A reporting period is the period of time during which an insurance policyholder can report claims. If a claim is reported after this period, it will usually not be reimbursed, unless the policy specifically states that claims will be reimbursed after the reporting period expires.

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Insuranceopedia Explains Reporting Period

In some cases, policyholders will have the opportunity to get a basic extended reporting period, allowing them to continue to file claims for a certain number of days after a policy expires. The exact number of days will vary from policy to policy, but a 60-day period is common. Claims filed during a basic extended reporting period will be reimbursed.

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