Healthcare is expensive. no kidding, right. and no matter whether yours is bronze, silver, gold, or even platinum, healthcare plans are expensive, not to mention out- of pocket medical expenses, such as copays, deductibles, and costs that are simply not reimbursed. There’s a way to potentially save money on your total annual healthcare costs. Health
Purchasing a life insurance policy is an important step toward protecting your loved ones from financial uncertainties. There’s no way to say accurately how much money your family will need to replace the financial support you provide in the event of your death. But it’s smart to think carefully about the future expenses they may
If you’re facing unemployment or concerned about the possibility of upcoming layoffs, there are some small, proactive steps you can take now to help make this difficult time more manageable. Build Your Network. It’s estimated that over 80% of open positions are filled through networking.1 The easiest time to build your network is while you
As you head into retirement, it makes sense to reevaluate your insurance coverage and make sure it’s sufficient. Now that you’re about to retire, it’s an excellent opportunity to take a fresh look at your life insurance coverage. It might be that you can give up a policy or two, or that you can change
Your insurance at mid-life: Gauging if you are underinsured. Life comes with all sorts of curveballs. Sometimes, they’re easily overcome and even end up being positive experiences. But every now and then, something unexpectedly serious can happen. When was the last time you assessed your insurance coverage? It may be time to reevaluate your needs.
Also known as a living will, personal directive, advance directive or advance decision. Planning ahead for future health care decisions is an important step for you, your family and/or loved ones. In the event of a major health event, where you may be unable to communicate, an advance health care directive provides medical instructions that
The most important thing to know about caregiving is that you do not need to do it alone. Getting support for your role as a caregiver is your first priority. Consider asking for help from other familymembers asking for help from your community asking for help from friends andneighbors sharing your struggles with managers,coworkers and