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Please check the following sentence out. Is it acceptable?

However, it it doesn't have paaropriate plans for health insurance, they won't be able to afford to pay the medical treat when they are old.
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However, because they do not have appropriate plans for health insurance, they won't be able to afford medical treatment when they are old.

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contiluoSorry, I made a typo, so I corrected it as written. Is it

However, if it doesn't have appropriate plans for health insurance, they won't be able to afford the medical treat when they are old.
Generally speaking, the sentence structure should be "If blah blah blah, then blah blah blah."

Also, look at your "it" and "they". People are not "its". That is, people are not "things" or "its".

So, we get the following:

However, if they don't have appropriate plans for health insurance, then they won't be able to afford the medical treat when they are old.

Or, if you are speaking about a company and its employees.

However, if the company doesn't have appropriate plans for health insurance, then its employees won't be able to afford the medical treat when they are old.

Let us know if that answers your question. If not, someone else or myself will jump in later to provide more assistance.
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Sorry, I made a typo, so I corrected it as written. Is it

However, if it doesn't have appropriate plans for health insurance, they won't be able to afford the medical treat when they are old.
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