Insurance

The amount on my paycheck is lower as of this month.  My employer had told us about it in advance so there wasn’t any drama but the culprit is health insurance premiums. The older you get the more important health insurance becomes.  Partly because invincibility is a state of mind for the young and partly because ongoing […]

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An email from Rite Aid recently had me doing a double-take.  The subject line is “Rite Aid and Wells Fargo Team Up to Offer Long-Term Care Insurance”. I can see how a pharmacy could have a path into the long term care insurance business.  But a bank? Upon further research I learned Wells Fargo has […]

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I didn’t write about health care reform while it was moving through Congress or in the immediate aftermath.  The only mention of it here was in this infographic.  Unless you read comments I made a couple on a couple of other blogs it probably appeared as though it wasn’t important to me.  That is far from the […]

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The guest post is by Erinn Springer who works at  GoHealthInsurance.com– an online exchange that allows consumers to compare health insurance quotes and talk to insurance agents within minutes. Health insurance plans can be expensive if consumers do not spend time researching. The following tips can help consumers find affordable insurance and reduce health care costs: […]

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With the gradual rise in car insurance rates, more and more consumers are opting for ways to reduce their auto insurance costs. Make sure you ask your insurer to provide you with discounted rates. Here are some simple tips that can help you lower down your insurance cost. Hunt for discounts Car insurance companies frequently […]

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