Navigating health insurance can be intimidating — and expensive. But with a few simple steps, you really can get the healthcare you need without overspending.
by: Julie Rains | channel: Consumer Affairs, Health and Beauty
Babies are expensive and seemingly un-affordable if you don't have insurance to cover the cost of pregnancy and birth. Here are some options for the uninsured.
by: Linsey Knerl | channel: Health and Beauty, Insurance
Full-time travel is awesome, but there are some basic things you need to take care of. From health insurance to mail, discover the dirty details.
by: Nora Dunn | channel: Lifestyle, Travel
When you're trying to navigate the health care maze, it can be difficult to even know what kind of plan you need. Eliminate the mystery with this guide.
by: Julie Rains | channel: Health and Beauty, Insurance
Time will tell if Obamacare will boost or trim your health benefit costs. In the meanwhile, try these strategies to keep those costs in line.
by: Barbara Weltman | channel: Small Business Resource Center
Discover what a Medigap policy is, and why, in the complex world of health insurance, you may eventually need one.
by: Kentin Waits | channel: Insurance
Despite recent changes to FSAs, there are still plenty of purchases you can make. Stock up on these medical supplies so your funds don't go to waste.
by: Mikey Rox | channel: Health and Beauty, Insurance
No matter what type of business you run, there may be opportunities to improve the work environment — the decrease the cost of health insurance.
by: Thursday Bram | channel: Entrepreneurship, Small Business Resource Center
You've seen the ads on TV offereing $4 generic drugs, but then when you get your prescription filled it's not $4 at all. As it turns out, every pharmacy has their own slightly d
by: Paul Michael | channel: Health and Beauty, Insurance
Restaurants show you how much your food costs before you order. When it comes to medical expenses, shouldn't it be the same?
A long time ago, I had an idea. I was working a regular job, but I realized that what I wanted to do was be a writer. I figured that I could make some money writing, but not necess
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Personal Finance, Health and Beauty, Insurance
Alumni associations are doing everything they can to make things better for graduates of their college during this difficult time. Some of the savings are pretty substantial.
by: Sarah Winfrey | channel: Lifestyle
Next time you are heading to the grocery store, remember to add “healthcare” to your shopping list! Yes, healthcare services are now being offered at local grocery stores, drug sto
by: Healthcare Hacks | channel: Health and Beauty
Open enrollment is right around the corner, and with it comes your opportunity to make decisions that could dictate your medical expenses for an entire year. Is considering droppin
by: Heather Johnson | channel: Health and Beauty
Most of us will, at one time or another, have to struggle with our insurance company over payment approval, referral approval, or any one of a myriad of other common issues. Here a
by: Sarah Winfrey | channel: Consumer Affairs, Health and Beauty
We have all read about the usual personal finance tips being offered by the writers of the personal finance blogs around the internet and from the experts on television. They usual
by: Tisha Tolar | channel: General Tips
I was a born and raised HMO baby. Health insurance had always meant plopping down a $15 co-pay at each appointment and letting my insurer pay the rest. Since insurance was a bene
by: Linsey Knerl | channel: Personal Finance, Budgeting, Health and Beauty
Most people, of course, have almost no control over their health insurance: They get what their employer provides (if they have a good job) or else they get nothing. Whether they
Nobody wants to be poor. It's a dangerous and constrained position to be in. But there are people out there (me, for instance) who are relatively happy to live at a fairly low st
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Personal Finance, Insurance, Lifestyle
If you are doing a good job, your employer will want to keep you. And to do so, they know they might need to woo you or otherwise entice you to stay if your skills are marketable a
by: Nora Dunn | channel: Career Building, Taxes
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