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Is A Work-Sponsored Health Insurance Plan My Best Option?

If your employer offers health insurance, that doesn’t necessarily mean you have to buy it. Employees can choose to leave an employer-sponsored group plan in favor of Obamacare – the health insurance market. Do you know your best option? Each one has its pros and cons. What Are the Advantages of Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance? In most cases, workplace health insurance is less costly than an...

How Seeing A Dentist Can Improve Your Overall Health

Most people know that seeing a dentist regularly is good for oral health and the appearance of your smile. But not everyone knows that it can also improve your overall health. Oral health is more important than most people realize. The Connection Between Oral Health and Overall Health Oral health provides clues about your general health, and problems in the mouth can affect the entire...

How Seeing A Dentist Can Improve Your Overall Health

Most people know that seeing a dentist regularly is good for oral health and the appearance of your smile. But not everyone knows that it can also improve your overall health. Oral health is more important than most people realize. The Connection Between Oral Health and Overall Health Oral health provides clues about your general health, and problems in the mouth can affect the entire...

Changing Your Health Insurance After Marriage Or Divorce

Generally, you can only enroll in a health insurance plan during open enrollment or during a special enrollment period brought about by a qualifying event. Both marriage and divorce are considered qualifying events. Understanding when you are eligible to make changes is key to avoiding high-cost health insurance coverage or paying medical bills on your own. How Can You Change Your Health Insurance If You...

How Should You Pay for Your Health Insurance?

Consumer-driven healthcare offers three popular tax-advantaged benefit accounts -- the Health Savings Account (HSA), the Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) and the Flexible Spending Account (FSA). Each of these three types of accounts: Is sponsored by the employer; Is designed to offset the high cost of medical care; Involves tax-advantaged contributions; and Allow individuals more control of their personal healthcare needs. Beyond these common features, there...