Posted Jul 18, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey
Health insurance premium and deductible amounts—they’re the numbers you probably look at first when shopping for coverage. What will you pay each month? How much will you pay out of pocket before your benefits fully take effect?
Continue reading: Deductible Dilemmas
Posted Feb 09, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey
The situation: You bought an individual health insurance plan on January 30, the day before 2017 open enrollment ended. That means you have coverage starting March 1, but you don’t have it now. You have no benefits to help with unexpected medical bills.
Continue reading: Waiting it Out
Posted Nov 01, 2016 by Jenifer Dorsey
We all know that a single night in the hospital can be enough to strain many households’ finances, but consider this:
Continue reading: What’s a Hospital Indemnity Plan?
Posted Jun 29, 2016 by Jenifer Dorsey
Continue reading: Is Critical Illness Insurance Worth It?
Posted Jun 09, 2016 by Jenifer Dorsey
Continue reading: How Does Critical Illness Insurance Work?
Posted Dec 14, 2015 by Jenifer Dorsey
If your health insurance plan is eligible, auto-renewal can be convenient. But if you’re thinking about sticking with the same coverage in 2016, you may want to think again. A recent study shows you could save money on health insurance premiums by shopping around—on the flip side, you could pay more if you don’t.
Continue reading: How Can I Save Money on Health Insurance in 2016? Study: Switching Plans May Help