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What Is a High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP)?

A high deductible health plan (HDHP) is a plan with a higher deductible than traditional health insurance. The premiums may be lower, but you have to meet a higher deductible (payout of pocket for more health care costs) before your coverage kicks in. An HDHP is often combined with a health savings account (HSA), which allows you to set aside pre-tax dollars to pay for...

Join us at our Free Medicare Educational Workshop!

You are invited! Please join me, Christina McGinley, at my free Medicare Educational Workshop. We will review… Medicare Parts A & B Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C) Prescription Drug Plans (Part D) Medicare Supplement Plans Event Details and Locations This event is for educational purposes only and no products will be sold at the event. Franklin, Indiana Johnson County Public Library – Franklin Branch 401...

8 Health Insurance Terms You Need to Know Before Choosing a Plan

When shopping for a health insurance plan, it is important to understand the language. Like any specialized subject, health insurance has its own terminology. Learning what the terms mean makes it possible to understand the costs and benefits of any given plan and how it compares to others. You need to know the following eight terms before choosing a health insurance plan. Deductible A deductible...

How to Get Health Insurance After Adopting a Child

Welcoming a new member to your family is one of life’s most rewarding and fulfilling experiences. Whether you are adopting a new baby or an older child, adoption is treated as a “qualifying life event” that allows you to purchase health insurance. A qualifying life event triggers a special enrollment period that allows you to put health insurance in place for your new family member...

What is a Catastrophic Health Insurance Plan?

Health insurance is a crucial way to protect your health and comes in many forms, one of which is called a “catastrophic health insurance plan.” These plans have a significant advantage – they are affordable and protect you in worst-case scenarios. These plans do not cover everything that many other health insurance plans cover, but for people who rarely visit a physician and are generally...