Whether you have health insurance through your employer, through a health exchange, or through Medicare, you have an opportunity to review and make changes to your health care coverage during November and December. No matter how you receive your health insurance, you should take this opportunity to review your current coverage and determine if it still meets your needs for the coming year.
Start by determining what your out-of-pocket costs were for this year. Then project what your expect your expenses to be next year. Will they be similar or have there been changes in your family’s health that could increase or decrease expenses? Do you want to keep your doctors or are you willing to change? Do you have other criteria that a plan must meet? Use this information to determine if your current plan meets your needs or if another plan would be better.Read More
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Are you planning on hitting the stores on Black Friday and the online stores on Black Monday? Or will you do your holiday shopping later? No matter when you shop, make sure you do your homework in order to get the best deals. Here are some tips to help.Read More
I often browse financial and consumer-related websites and have found that by clicking through these websites (and the additional info links that they offer), one comes across a lot of useful and/or fun websites. (A lot of silly/useless/ridiculous ones, too, but let's not waste time on those!)
Whether you're out of money, out of time, or out of gas, these websites can help you and even protect your privacy.
One big warning: remember that all advertising—on these sites or on others—only gives you the good side of the story and most ads attempt to get you to make impulse purchases. So, forget the ads on these sites and dig into the hard info.Read More
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