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Making More Informed Choices for the New Year - Consider Your Auto, Home, Health and Life Insurance

You have insurance, so you're all set if something were to go wrong, right? Well, maybe not. Just because you have insurance, does not mean that you have the kinds of coverage that you need or high enough limits to adequately protect yourself. The New

Review Your Arizona Health Care Insurance for 2010

Add reviewing your Arizona health care insurance policy to your end-of-the-year/new-year to-do list. In these tough economic times, it could help you save some money, or at least result in improved coverage.

New Year’s Resolutions for 2010 – Search Online for Cheap Health Insurance Quotes

Not all of us have health insurance through our employers. Many of us are self-employed or work part-time and do not qualify for benefits through employment. A great New Year’s resolution, in addition to the goal of hitting the gym, is to make sure you

Review Your Texas Health Care Insurance for 2010

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Add reviewing your Texas health care insurance policy to your December or January to-do list. In these tough economic times, it could help you save some money, or at least result in improved coverage. Lawmakers and consumer advocates are working on your b

Review Your California Health Care Insurance for 2010

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Add reviewing your California health care insurance policy to your December to-do list. In these tough economic times, it could help you save some money, or at least result in improved coverage. Consumer advocates are working on your behalf and a number o

Fulfill Your New Year’s Resolutions for 2009 – Review Your Health Policy Offered By Your Employer

It’s that time of year again – you’re starting to think about making some resolutions for the coming of the New Year. Most of us think about resolutions regarding getting in shape and losing weight after the holidays. That’s a good one, especially for t

Shopping for Health Insurance Quotes: Understanding Waiting Periods

One of the key provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (aka ObamaCare) that squeaked through Congress last March was the eventual elimination of waiting periods and other exclusions for pre-existing conditions. The provision is set to

Understanding Health Insurance Quotes: Premiums, Coinsurance, Copayments & Deductibles

Ever find yourself baffled by insurance company jargon? You’re not alone. Many Americans find it difficult to decipher the terminology, and that can keep you from getting the cheapest health insurance, or at least the plan that best suits your needs. In t

Health Insurance Savings with Smart Prescription Drug Shopping

A big advantage of having health insurance is prescription drug coverage. But plan benefits vary and even with the best health insurance you can still save big bucks by being a smart shopper. Here are some tips and hints to help.

Is Health Insurance Tax Deductible?

Tax time is right around the corner. Time to corral all the receipts, break out the calculator and see how much of your hard-earned cash you actually get to keep. Your best bet is to itemize and claim every single legitimate deduction you’re entitled to.

Max Out Your Health Benefits

With the end of the year coming on fast, now is a good time to strategize how to maximize the benefits on your medical and dental insurance policies for the coming year. The goal is to not leave any money or benefits on the table.

Health Care Insurance Update: Changes to COBRA in 2010

Part of last year’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA, aka the stimulus bill) included a federal COBRA premium subsidy for folks who lost their jobs between September 1, 2008 and December 31, 2009. Under its provisions, the federal government w

Personal Health Care Insurance for College Students

College-bound students who were planning on coverage under their parents’ employer-provided health care insurance may need to add a personal health care insurance plan or college-provided plan to the rising cost of higher education. Blame the prolonged r

Affordable Health Care Insurance Quotes Would Tort Reform Actually Help?

If you’ve been listening to the health care debates (hard to avoid if you have a pulse), you’ve probably heard that tort reform is one of the things that would make it easier for Americans to find affordable health insurance quotes.

Review your New Jersey Health Insurance for the New Year

Many states made health care and health insurance legislation priority issues in 2009. Changes in state law could have a big impact on what you pay for your New Jersey health care insurance in the future. As the new year approaches, now is a great time to

Insurance and Divorce: Who Keeps the Health Insurance Coverage?

When your marriage is going down the tubes, insurance may not be your biggest concern, but it should be, especially if you’ve been covered by your spouse’s employer-provided health insurance. Once you’re legally separated or divorced, you most likely will

Finding Individual Health Insurance with a Pre-Existing Condition

In the insurance world, a pre-existing condition is any medical condition you have had before you tried to get health insurance coverage.

Understanding Health Insurance Costs, Pt. 2 – How We Got Here

Understanding a little about how we got to where we are with health insurance in the U.S. might not only help you understand why your health insurance premiums cost what they do but give you the knowledge to affect a cheaper personal health insurance plan