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How to Save Hundreds on Health Care

Deductibles. Co-pays. Premiums. Emergency room visits. Drug costs. It goes without saying, but keeping yourself healthy is expensive work. Health care costs are so burdensome that many Americans are skipping doctor’s visits and treatments altogether…

Three Ways to Save Money on Health Care

Americans spend twice as much on health care as other developed countries, with health care spending accounting for 18 percent of the U.S. economy. While countries like Canada and Japan spend an average of $5,400…

Will You be Fined for Health Care Noncompliance?

Short answer: Maybe. Even though the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) individual mandate was repealed last year, health plans that don’t meet the standards of the ACA still put you at risk of tax penalties. If…

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Three Things Successful People Don’t Do

While the road to success is paved with determination and savvy decision-making, there’s also value in knowing what not to do. Resist the temptation of overspending and refuse to act rashly. Knowing the do-not’s can…

Two Ways to Cut Your Car Expenses

For most Americans, housing costs are their largest monthly expense. What’s second? Car expenses. A family with two cars can easily spend more than $1,000 a month to drive. But there’s more to saving money…

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HMO or PPO? Here’s the Difference

If you’re choosing between a few different health insurance plans, two terms will pop up: HMO and PPO. Before you can pick the best one for you, you first have to know the differences between…

How to Compare Health Insurance Costs

Say you’re self-employed, or your family doesn’t currently have health insurance. How do you compare the many private health plans out there? It’s a daunting task. Even if you spend hours doing research, you might…