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Fast Facts About Health Insurance
People buy health insurance to cover themselves and their family in the event of any serious illness, accident or basic medical requirements. Generally, there are many misconceptions people have regarding health insurance and there is a lack of understanding with regards to the various terms and conditions. So here are the common misconceptions that people have and also some facts about health insuranceList of common health insurance myths and facts:•    If you have group health insur...
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How And When To Buy An Individual Health Insurance Plan
If you have recently graduated from college and are considering buying individual health insurance or transforming your employers group insurance plan to one of your own, here are some basic guidelines on when to buy, how to buy and things to consider: When can you buy health insurance?You can buy health insurance during the enrollment period.  Make sure that you are aware of the enrollment dates so that you can purchase your coverage at that time or else you will have to pay a penal...
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How Much Health Insurance Coverage Do You Need And Why?
Having health insurance is very important to cover medical expenses, both anticipated and unanticipated. Health insurance has many packages and each offers little or no flexibility in terms of coverage, dollar limits, deductibles or co-payments. Selecting the appropriate package depends on its affordability and one’s needs.Generally, employees are often offered health insurance from employers as a part of a package and in which a few amounts of the premiums are to be paid. Buying covera...
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Things You Need To Know Before Purchasing Health Insurance
Today, healthcare costs are increasing and so is the importance of buying it. Having health insurance for you and your family is vital and choosing the right plan will give you peace of mind and a sense of security.Generally, when considering buying health insurance we give importance to the total coverage that a health policy offers, but this is not the only thing that one should consider. Before you purchase a health insurance plan, you should ask your insurer some specific questions and...
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Trump Signs an Executive Order to Unravel Obamacare
President Trump - frustrated over Congress' failure to repeal and replace ObamaCare - signed an executive order Thursday to make it easier for people to buy cheaper, bare-bones health insurance. Team Trump said the order will allow small businesses and individuals to form associations to sponsor coverage that can be marketed across state lines. "Since I became president of the United States, I just keep hearing repeal and replace, repeal, replace, well, we're starting that process. And we'...
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