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    How to Prepare for Rising Health Care Costs in 2020
    Guest Post by AJ Cohen Despite a myriad of efforts to make health care more affordable, costs continue to rise. Medical costs have outpaced income by 14 percent over the last 10 years, and 2020 is predicted to see the larges...
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    What to Do If You Missed Open Enrollment
    Open Enrollment is the annual period when anyone can enroll in health insurance for the following year. It ends every year on December 15th. If you missed it, don’t think that you’re out-of-luck when it comes to ...
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    American Veterans Need to Know Health Insurance Options
    Guest Post by Shaun Greene Happy Veterans Day and 101st Anniversary of Armistice Day. As we take the day to remember our veterans (especially those who gave all), let’s also do what we can for those who are transitioni...
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    5 Confusing Things About Open Enrollment
    "It's complicated," said your ex about breaking up with you. Or were they talking about health insurance? Health insurance has lots of terminology and specific processes that can be daunting and difficult to understand at fi...
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    4 Things to Look For in a Health Plan [Video]
    Health insurance is an important way to get the health care you need while protecting your finances from large medical costs. It's also important to find a health plan that fits into your budget from a trustworthy in...
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    5 Questions to Ask About Special Enrollment Periods
    In general, people can only enroll in a health insurance plan during Open Enrollment. Medicare also has its own Annual Enrollment Period and its Initial Enrollment Period varies depending on your birth date. However there ar...
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    Aetna vs. Cigna vs. Kaiser Permanente 2019 Review
    Shopping for health insurance can be quite the endeavor:  Terms are confusing.  Plans can be tricky to figure out.  And, health is sometimes unpredictable. When it comes to the bottom line, you’re tryin...
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    Pitfalls to Avoid During Open Enrollment
    Enrolling in health insurance is an important financial decision. Health insurance can save you money on your health care, which offers good financial protection. This season, make sure you are making the best choice for your...
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    4 Ways to Prepare for Open Enrollment
    Open Enrollment for 2020 health insurance coverage is just around the corner. It starts November 1, 2019 and continues through December 15, 2019. You won’t want to miss it. If you do, you will be unable to enroll in hea...
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    5 Questions to Ask Before Enrolling in Health Insurance
    Open enrollment is upon us! From November 1 through December 15 people will have the opportunity to either sign up for health insurance, or make changes to their existing coverage. If you're on Medicare, the Annual Enrollmen...
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