"Health Insurance" Blogs

Reasons To Consider Buying Cancer Insurance

While health insurance is expected to help cover your medical care expenses, whether that involves a routine visit, or emergency surgery, every policy may not cover the same things, especially when it comes to cancer. Under such circumstances, you may want to consider acquiring a disease-specific policy. What’s cancer insurance? Let’s start with the basics. […]

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Why Do I Need Critical Illness Insurance?

It’s one of those things available that could protect you from financial crisis if you are suffering from a serious condition. Unfortunately, this is the type of insurance less understood by most people.  Critical illness is basically a protection insurance designed to pay out a tax-free lump sum if you are diagnosed with a life-changing […]

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Common Medicare Mistakes To Avoid

Millions of older Americans rely on Medicare to pay for their healthcare services, especially during retirement. It’s easy to make wrong moves that may cause you to miss out on essential health benefits, or leave you paying more than you can afford.  Make sure you avoid the following Medicare mistakes, so you can steer clear […]

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Health Insurance For Kids

If you already have health insurance, your kids are possibly eligible for coverage under your plan until they are 26 years old. Nevertheless, if you have a plan that can’t cover your children or you are going through financial hardships at the time, you still got several options. It’s crucial you remember that health insurance […]

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Do You Have 2020 Vision Coverage?

If you are looking for comprehensive vision insurance in 2020, there is good news for you. You can purchase vision insurance all year round. Vision insurance may be offered through a group plan or you can also apply on your own. Based on your vision needs, vision insurance can be a great option to lower […]

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What Is A Qualifying Life Event For Health Insurance?

Every year, you have the opportunity to purchase health insurance during open enrollment. What many people don’t know is that they may be able to shop for health insurance outside open enrollment if they have a Qualifying Life Event (QLE) such as moving out, divorce, getting married, and having a baby. After these special circumstances, […]

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Turning 26? Navigating Health Insurance on Your Own

Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, young adults can stay on their parents’ policy until they turn 26. Exceptions may apply in states where coverage may be extended to age 30 or 31 with some limitations. So, if you are currently covered under your parents’ plan and turning 26 soon, check out the options for […]

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Is Mental Health Treatment Covered by Health Insurance?

Approximately one in five adults in the U.S. have some form of mental illness. Mental health disorders include anxiety and depression, as well as obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, schizophrenia and many other conditions. For anyone dealing with a mental health issue, proper care is essential. For many people, good health insurance coverage is also […]

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Is Pet Insurance Worth It?

Approximately two out of three U.S. households own a pet, according to the National Pet Owners Survey. Unsurprisingly, dogs are the most popular pet, followed by cats. About 63.4 million U.S. households have a dog. For many pet owners, a pet is more than an animal – a pet is a family member. You know […]

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Does Dental Insurance Cover Braces and Dentures?

There are a lot of good reasons to get dental insurance. Dental care is both expensive and important to your overall health. You don’t want to have to break the bank if you get a cavity or need a wisdom tooth removed. But what about other procedures? Here’s what you need to know about coverage […]

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Is Cancer Insurance Worth It? The Pros and Cons

A cancer diagnosis can create a health crisis. It can also create a financial crisis. Cancer insurance can mitigate financial risk. If you have cancer insurance and you are diagnosed with a covered type of cancer, you will receive a payout, often as a lump sum. Before deciding whether you need cancer insurance, consider the […]

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Getting Health Insurance Before Dec.15

Some people would rather experience discomfort than taking some time to research insurance benefits during open enrollment. As the deadline approaches, it’s good to study your options carefully, so that you can make an informed decision. The following tips can be useful and ensure you get the best out of your plan. In most states, […]

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