October is Organize Your Medical Information Month, the month to get all your medical information and related paperwork together in one, easy-to-find location. Why is this important? Imagine this scenario: There’s been an accident and you’re unconscious and on the way to the hospital. You can’t provide the medical team with information about your health […]
Here are various ways to pay for health and long-term care costs during retirement, which can help you as you make decisions regarding your retirement plans.
I’m 41 years old. I’m at the tail end of what’s been a drawn out—if amicable and not particularly contentious—divorce. And I’m scared. You see, my whole life I’ve had health insurance. I’ve never had to think about it much, honestly, because it’s just always been there, always been provided for me. Over my lifetime, […]
The purpose of health insurance is to cover and reduce the cost of health-related expenses. A good health insurance plan saves you money and protects you from having to pay in full for high medical expenses, now or in the future. You may no longer be covered by your employer or may be self-employed, which […]
Now more than ever, you need to take the time to review your health plan to ensure you’re not leaving money on the table. Going on “auto-pilot” during open enrollment season can be costly mistake. A new survey from Kelton/eHealthInsurance shows that workers tend to be lethargic about selecting their benefits for the following year […]