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Friday, August 11, 2017Even with the savings of health insurance, many policyholders still want to save money for their medical needs. Some insurance customers can put money away using a Health Savings Account (HSA). What are HSAs? Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) evolved out of the idea for health insurance policyholders to set away money with tax-deferred status. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, August 23, 2016When shopping for health insurance for yourself or your family, it is important to consider the specific needs you may have during the course of the next year. There is no way to predict what type and amount of coverage you may need. However, families should take into consideration the most likely types of incidents and obtain coverage for them. READ MORE >>
Monday, October 26, 2015When purchasing health insurance, many people think about what it will do for them. That is, you want to know which services and care levels it will provide. That's a good first step, but it is also important to look at these policies in terms of what level of exclusions are present. READ MORE >>
Thursday, December 4, 2014It's always pretty to wake up to a fresh coating of snow. Then reality hits, and you remember you have to remove it from your sidewalks and driveway. Those with health conditions and the elderly need to be extremely careful about how they remove snow, but even a young, fit person can end up with an injury. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, August 22, 2012While many employers are looking at benefits as an affordable way to attract job candidates, some are finding it necessary to pull back on the type of benefits they offer to their employees. If you find that a new employer doesn't offer insurance or your existing employer is changing how they provide this benefit, then it might be time to find a way to supply your own insurance benefits. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, October 11, 2011In some health insurance policies, there is a certain amount of risk that the policyholder self-insures. This risk is referred to in the policy as the deductible and the out-of-pocket maximum. While these two categories of self-insurance seem to be talking about the same thing, they are actually quite different. READ MORE >>