It’s such a disheartening thought that a dollar sign could come between me and my possible son or daughter. The longer it takes for my husband and I to conceive on our own the more likely the possibility is that money will be spent in order for us to become parents. 698 more words
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It’s finally October and that means autumn has truly arrived. Time to gear up for brilliantly hued leaves, carved pumpkins, hayrides, hot apple cider and Halloween. 1,006 more words
Last week we began to discuss the beginning of the Annual Enrollment Period for Medicare and what to consider when choosing a plan.
I am asked on a near daily basis what to consider when choosing your Medicare plan. 374 more words
Hi guys. Today I was kicked off my parent’s health insurance. Happy birthday to me.
Sooooooooooo in honor of that, I am bringing you 10 things I started doing this past year, while I was *25,* that you may start doing too as you progress through your 20s. 878 more words
Show Me The Money – As a final parting thought on the Small Business Health Options Program, starting in 2015, employers participating the SHOP will send their insurance premiums and their employee’s portion of the premiums to the SHOP Marketplace instead of sending to the insurance company that is providing the coverage. 411 more words
Getting Health Insurance
A Special Enrollment Period (“SEP”) is a period outside of open enrollment where you can get coverage due to qualifying life events. The health insurance marketplaces and employer based insurance both have unique special enrollment periods. 104 more words
That is, if he ever even took it: Mr. Obama says that expanding Medicaid ‘doesn’t cost you a dime‘:
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President Barack Obama criticized Republican governors in states where they are not expanding Medicaid under Obamacare, saying, “It always puzzles me when you decide to take a stand to make sure poor folks in your state can’t get health insurance, even though it doesn’t cost you a dime.”