Quality health insurance consistently ranks as the most desired employee benefit. According to the Harvard Business Review, 88 percent of employees ranked employee health insurance as a the top employee benefit consideration. Which makes sense considering that you canât put a price on a clean bill of health. Whether covered by an employer, or shopping… Read More
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Medicare is a federal health insurance program widely used by U.S. citizens and permanent residents age 65 and older. The program also applies to those younger than age 65 who have disabilities, end-stage renal disease (ESRD) or other diseases. But … Continue reading →
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Whether you are acquiring it through your employer or on your own, shopping for health insurance coverage is a task that many adults will be faced with at some point. Health coverage is not a one-size-fits all amenity, and it comes in many forms such as Point of Service (POS), Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs), Preferred […]
Questions to Ask When Shopping for Health Insurance is a post from Pocket Your Dollars.
“For rent by owner,” reads the sign. You know what it means, but do you really understand what renting from a private landlord entails? Check out the pros and cons of renting from a property owner instead of a management company to figure out if a “for rent by owner” apartment is right for you. […]
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Accidental death insurance, also known as accidental death and dismemberment insurance, is a type of limited life insurance often acquired for a nominal fee or added to an existing policy. As the name suggests, it releases a benefit if the policyholder dies from an accident or suffers a dismemberment.Â Accidents kill an estimated 160,000 Americans […]
What is Accidental Death Insurance, and do you Need it? is a post from Pocket Your Dollars.
Since it doesnât have an immediate benefit â like health or auto insurance â life insurance may be the most underestimated insurance type there is. But if you die, life insurance will likely be the single most important policy type youâve ever purchased. And thatâs why you have to get it right. Not only do […]
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Many health insurance shoppers will consider premium costs when purchasing health insurance. The full cost of a health planalso includes your out-of-pocket expenses, like the deductible, copays, and coinsurance. As important as it is that your health plan is affordableand that the monthly premiums fit into your budget, itâs also important to consider the value health insurance offers…. Read More
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A 55-year-old can expect to pay a long-term care insurance premium of $2,050 per year on average, according to a 2019 price index survey of leading insurers conducted by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance (AALTC). That will cover … Continue reading →
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AÂ healthÂ insuranceÂ policyÂ is essential for anyone seeking to safeguard their future and avoid the catastrophic consequences of high medical bills. Whether you’re buying coverage for yourself or aÂ health planÂ for your family, it’s important to get complete coverage. But despite this fact, millions of Americans remain uninsured, often because they believe one of the followingÂ health insuranceÂ myths. Myth 1: […]
Health Insurance Myths Debunked is a post from Pocket Your Dollars.