Curious how to get health insurance without a job? This article can help you navigate this difficult situation.
Some insurers may cover COVID tests for travelers, but it depends on your plan, your destination, and the type of test.
COBRA is a law that gives employees the ability to keep their health insurance coverage for a limited period of time after leaving their job.
An out-of-pocket maximum is the most you’ll pay toward covered healthcare in a plan year before your insurance begins paying 100%. Learn more.
An FSA, or flexible spending account, is a benefit offered by many companies that allows employees to set aside money for certain health expenses.
Insurance doesn’t typically cover LASIK eye surgery, but you may be able to finance it or get it at a discounted price.
Medicare Advantage bundles coverage for hospitalization, medical insurance and usually drugs into a plan from a private insurer.
The best way to find out if physical therapy is covered by insurance is to check your benefits information or speak to your plan administrator.
Co-insurance is the percentage of your medical costs you pay after you’ve met your deductible and before you’ve hit your out-of-pocket max.
A copay is an amount you pay out of pocket for certain health services. Learn more about health insurance co-payment.
Going without health insurance coverage can have serious financial repercussions. Here’s what you need to know.
If you’ve only ever had employer-sponsored health insurance, you may be unsure of the difference between Medicare and Medicaid. Here’s what to know.
Usually, if you pay for medical insurance yourself, you can deduct the health insurance premiums from your taxes. Learn more.
A high-deductible health plan can give you lower monthly premiums. But you’ll pay more out of pocket before coverage begins to pay your medical bills.
The Affordable Care Act provides you with affordable health insurance options. But, what does that really entail? Continue on to learn more about the ins and outs of the AAC.
A health reimbursement arrangement can help you pay your medical expenses tax-free up to a fixed dollar amount. But, not every medical expense qualifies. Read on to see what your plan covers.
What is a health insurance deductible, how does it affect your health insurance cost, and how do you choose the right one? Learn more.
Learn about the difference between deductible and out-of-pocket maximums, and when each applies to your health insurance.
A health savings account is a tax-advantaged spending account that you can use, along with certain types of health plans, to pay qualifying health costs.
What is a PPO? A preferred provider organization is a health plan option that allows you to visit any hospital, doctor, or specialist without a referral.
Open enrollment is the period when you can make changes and choices about your health insurance coverage.
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