In the Medicare Marketing Guidelines (MMG), Section 40.2 is all about font sizes, when they must be adhered to, and when brokers have some wiggle room.
No Fine Print, Please
In order to comply with Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) guidelines, all text included on marketing materials “must be printed with a font size equivalent to or larger than Times New Roman twelve (12)-point.” The height and width of the font must be equivalent or larger, even for footnotes and disclaimers. For online materials, text must be coded for the web page to comply with the font equivalent.
The following are instances where brokers do not need to comply with the font size equivalent requirement.
- Television ads
- Internal tracking numbers
- Logos/logos with taglines
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Note: For the most current information, see the CMS Medicare Marketing Guidelines.