Who doesn’t want to save money? One of the areas individuals and families can and should save money is through insurance – whether it is health insurance, Medicare, auto and home, and life and disability insurance. In this article, we discuss 10 ways to save money on insurance.
Picture this: You wake up one morning. You ache. Your head is hot, but you have the chills. You aren’t hungry at all and the room spins. Making your way to the bathroom, you take your temperature. The thermometer shows a fever of 103.5. You fear you have the flu. As a self-employed business owner, you don’t get paid for being sick (or injured). You work through your illness. However, you wish you could have “sick day”. It’s hard. It doesn’t have to be this way anymore, though. In this article, we discuss sickness insurance for the self-employed.
You know how important health insurance is. Having no health insurance exposes you to potentially significant hospital and doctor costs. If you don’t have a social security number, you may believe that you can’t obtain health insurance. That is not necessarily true. Health insurance is available. It will cover you in case of illness, accident, or a trip to the hospital. In this article, we discuss 3 health insurance options for people without a social security number.
What is gap health insurance?
Nope. It is not clothing for health insurance carriers.
It is insurance that will help pay for your out-of-pocket medical costs.
Why is paying for your out-of-pocket expenses important?
If you have an ACA health insurance plan, or even a plan from your employer, you may realize that your out-of-pocket costs have risen dramatically in the last few years.
These costs have made a severe financial impact on families.
How can you manage?
We previously wrote about GTL Advantage Plus, a type of hospital indemnity insurance, back in 2017.
At the time of writing, we were not contracted with them. We wrote an independent review of their hospital indemnity insurance – GTL Advantage Plus.
We are now contracted with them. It is now our policy to not write reviews, independent or not, about certain carriers and follow advertising guidelines.
If you would like to learn more about hospital indemnity products, please reach out to us. You can contact us or use the form below.
If you’d like to learn more about how hospital indemnity insurance works, feel free to review the following articles.
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