As a stay-at-home mom or homemaker, your life is busy. The days (and nights) can go on and on. You are part chef, teacher, doctor, psychologist, event planner, landscaper, accountant, and much more, all rolled into one. While the days seem endless, many people rely on you, though. Have you ever thought what would happen if you became sick, ill, injured, and disabled? Who could look after the kids or help around the house if you can’t get out of bed? Disability quickly affects your future plans and the lifestyle your family together worked so hard for. In this article, we discuss disability insurance and the best disability insurance for stay-at-home moms and homemakers.
One can’t underestimate the importance of health insurance here in the United States. If you and your family have a social security number, you can usually obtain a policy that complies with the Affordable Care Act. Some people here in the United States, including children, don’t have a social security number. We know your children are very important. You want the best for them. You can still purchase health insurance for them, even if they do not have a social security number. In this article, we discuss health insurance for children without a social security number.
You can’t get life insurance for people with down syndrome, right? That is a common misconception. If you are reading this article, then you have come to the right spot. Children, young adults, and older adults with down syndrome can obtain life insurance. Yes, they can. Is it perfect life insurance? No, probably not. We will discuss more about that in a minute. However, it is life insurance coverage. In this article, we discuss some life insurance basics and life insurance for people with down syndrome.
As a convenience store owner, your work is hands on. You enjoy owning and operating a store that has impact on many people. (It’s not a “convenience” store for nothing!) No day is the same. You enjoy working with your employees and meeting new customers. What if you could no longer do your job? Have you ever thought what would happen if you became sick, ill, injured, and disabled? How would you pay your bills if you could not work? Disability quickly affects your future plans and the lifestyle you worked so hard for. In this article, we discuss disability insurance and the best disability insurance for convenience store owners.
A common situation. You make a new visit to a new dentist for a new patient appointment. You like the dentist and the staff. The location is nice. The waiting room has a pleasant ambiance, and the staff treats you warmly and respect. Your dentist checks your teeth, and you appreciate the way he or she communicates to you. On the way out to discuss insurance options and make a follow-up appointment, the staff tells you the dentist does not accept insurance. You don’t know what that means, but it doesn’t sound good. Not to worry. In this article, we discuss what to do when your dentist does not accept insurance.