ISG Benefits and Insurance Services Blog
Once you graduate from college, certain obligations start making their way in your life like bills and rent, among other things. But if there's one obligation you shouldn't disregard, it's your medical insurance. While you're still a student, your parents always provide your essential expenses. What happens after that is, you're left on your own and your obligations.
Start your 20's on the right path by making sure to invest in what matters. You don't have to be a financial expert to invest, and you need to know what you want to prioritize in life. It's not how much you have, but how much you're willing to give for your future.
If you’re an entrepreneur or self-employed, it could be tricky to obtain health insurance. There are new regulations every now and then. However, obtaining a health insurance policy will always be worth the trouble of finding it. Here are five ways that you can get health insurance if you’re not an employee.
HMO, or Health Maintenance Organization, is a company that gives you access to its hospital, clinic, and medical professional network. HMOs promises to pay your medical costs as long as you've purchased them from their network. Here are five tips you can use to maximize HMO benefits.
The year is about to end, and the last thing on your mind right now is whether you've maximized your medical insurance so far. If you haven't, it's not yet too late to maximize what you've paid for. Many insurance plans would reset once the new year comes, and all you've paid for will go to waste if you don't maximize it.
People are still in the belief that health is wealth. It is indeed still true. Many are getting more and more conscious about their physical and mental health. The more protected they think they are in terms of this subject, the more they are inclined to achieve better in life.
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