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May 26, 2020

CARES Act: Changes to Your Group Health Plan

If you forgot to sign up for your employer's group insurance plan, or you if forgot about pre-tax contributions to a medical savings account, you may get a second chance this year.

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Feb 24, 2020

Am I Doing This Right? Your Guide to Health Care Consumption

The health care industry is like a box of chocolates. With so many unknowns, it can be challenging to navigate the healthcare system. But remember, you do have a voice. It’s time to become an educated and engaged consumer!

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Dec 16, 2019

Group Healthcare Plans: Simplifying the Alphabet Soup Conundrum!

It's open enrollment time for your group health plan. As your company begins to present your plan choices for the coming year, understanding the confusing alphabet soup is critical. Addressing three essential items will help you pick the appropriate plan for you and your family.

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Aug 26, 2019

Legal Medical Documents: Don’t Leave for College Without Them!

As your child heads off to college, you might feel a bit of relief knowing that your job is done...at least for a few months. But if you don’t have legal medical documents in place for your child, your job just became much harder should your student be hurt or incapacitated while away from home. Read on for our advice on documents it makes sense to have in place so you can make healthcare decisions for your child should he/she be unable to.

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Aug 8, 2018

Health Insurance, HSAs and Adult Children - Your Questions

It has become increasingly popular to keep your “adult” children on your health insurance plan until age 26, but it’s not as simple as just letting them use your insurance coverage. Read on for the ins and outs of health insurance and HSAs and what that might mean for your adult children.

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