With 2020 behind us, I am most thankful for my health and the good health of my loved ones.
Individuals who are continuing to work because they are concerned about the health insurance conundrum is a very real and common concern. However, this concern is not an accurate reflection of the facts on the ground.
According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, in 2019 26% of employees nationwide were enrolled in High Deductible Health Plans (HDHP) through their employers. Let’s examine how we can best utilize the Health Savings Account (HSA) that accompany these plans.
If you’re over 65, Medicare open enrollment is here (October 15 – December 7) so here’s a quick checklist of things to consider during this season of open enrollment…
“Medicare is health insurance, which means we should expect it to be confusing.”
Medicare is an important tool for financial planning during your retirement. It can seem very complex at times.
When starting a new job, you are bombarded with forms to complete. Some, like tax withholding forms, are familiar. Anything related to insurance benefits can be overwhelming. Let’s take a very brief look at the most common types of benefits you might be offered.