After the inauguration, one of the first actions that Presidentelect Donald Trump has promised is to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, (ACA). So what's in store after the inauguration and how will it affect you?
If you're like many Americans you chose January 1 as a time to make a number of positive lifestyle changes. Maybe you've decided to exercise more, cut back on caffeine, lose weight, stop smoking or using alcohol and more.
If one of your goals in 2017 is to improve your financial security and give your family peace of mind - consider Final Expense Insurance or an Irrevocable Burial Trust. Your Health Insurance Shop can help you decide which will work best for you.
They're not the same, so here is what you need to know.
Feeling squeezed in "The Sandwich Generation"
Protecting yourself from Identity Theft
In the next few weeks, millions of people enrolled in Medicare will receive their Annual Notice of Change (ANOC) in advance of the Medicare open-enrollment period. This is the only time of year 50 million Medicare recipients are able to review, modify or change their policies.
While your health insurance covers doctor bills, surgery, and most treatments, what about your lost income, deductibles, co-payments, out-of-network services, and non-covered procedures? The indirect costs of a major illness can be devastating.
According to The National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP, roughly one-third of the U.S. adult population is providing care for someone who is ill, disabled or aged. That's more than 65 million caregivers.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It sets the stage for daily eating habits.
If you became ill or were injured and couldn't work, how long would you be able to pay your bills, make mortgage or rent payments, buy groceries, or pay back college loans?
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