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The freelancer’s guide to health insurance




by Brooke Jarchow Freelancing might seem like a dream: setting your own hours, choosing your own projects and working from home. Who wouldn’t want to be their own boss? However, a major advantage to working in a salaried position is having access to employer-sponsored benefits like health insurance. While freelancers may have more flexibility in […]

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Health insurance options for recent college grads




by Brooke Jarchow Recent graduates face many challenges as they enter the real world, including looking for their first jobs and moving out of their parents’ homes. So, while recent college graduates don’t need additional responsibilities, there’s one more thing all of them should focus on: getting health insurance. While having health insurance may not […]

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How are term life insurance and permanent life insurance different?




by Brooke Jarchow In the event of a tragedy, having life insurance could help financially protect your family. Choosing which type of life insurance is right for you and your family can depend on many personal factors, including your family’s current financial needs, any future financial obligations, and more. Below, we help explain the differences […]

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Your introduction to life insurance




by Brooke Jarchow Life insurance can be considered an important risk management tool for families. It can prepare you for the uncertain future and ensure your family is left without financial burden. However, due to its complexity, people are often confused by life insurance, which may even lead them to avoid securing a policy. While […]

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Short-Term Coverage: What is it, and how do I enroll?




  by Brooke Jarchow If you miss Open Enrollment and do not qualify for a Special Enrollment Period, you still have coverage options. Short-term insurance plans allow you to fill in coverage gaps until the next Open Enrollment Period.  While short-term plan details differ from major medical plans, short-term insurance can still give you health care […]

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Moving this summer? You could get new health insurance




by Jenny Fliegel The average person will move almost 12 times during his or her lifetime. That’s a lot of boxes, a lot of packing tape, and a lot of things to think about during each move. There may be a lot on your mind, but if there’s one thing to prioritize it’s health coverage. […]

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Why telemedicine is the future of health care




by Adam Tock and Jenny Fliegel

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What are my Medicare prescription drug options?




by Jenny Fliegel Did you or a loved one recently turn 65? Are you approaching your 65th birthday? Now is the time to prepare for Medicare. You might be surprised to learn that Original Medicare – Parts A & B – doesn’t cover prescription drugs. But between plan types with multiple names and a variety […]

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Outdoor safety on Independence Day




by Jenny Fliegel Independence Day is right around the corner, and we’re anxiously awaiting the upcoming parades, picnics, barbecues, and most importantly, elaborate fireworks displays. Whether your celebration will take place at the beach, a park, or even in your own backyard, have you considered including outdoor safety in your plans? In between your grilled […]

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What you should know about Zika virus and your health care




by Lauren Mandel Over the past few weeks, you may have heard more and more about Zika, something that has always been considered a very rare virus. However, after first making its presence known in Brazil, Zika has now infected people in more than 20 countries in Central America, South America, and the Caribbean. And the World Health […]

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