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How Much Married Couples Pay for Health Insurance
By: Ben Luthi
When you get married, you often start to think of yourselves as a family. But whether or not it makes sense to buy health insurance as a family will depend largely on your individual situation. Take the time to explore all of your options before making a decision.
Average Health Insurance Costs for a Newly Married Couple in 2020
By: Kate Dore
There are many big decisions to make as newlyweds. As you combine lives, you will have to make choices about your home, finances, and your family. You will also have to plan for healthcare—including your health insurance options. There are several things to consider before signing up for a plan, though. Here's what you and your new family need to know to make the right choices.
Life Events That Can Change Your Healthcare Costs
By: Vicky Warren
We experience many stages in life and each phase can affect healthcare costs. From turning 26 to retirement, it’s important to know your healthcare coverage options.
Let’s discuss some of the big life events that can change your healthcare costs.
Can I use my HSA for my spouse?
By: Carla Fried
If your spouse has other health insurance coverage you can still make tax-free withdrawals from your HSA to cover that spouse’s qualified medical expenses, as long as your spouse was not reimbursed by his/her insurance policy.
How does getting married affect my HSA?
By: Carla Fried
When you’re getting married, the issue of what happens to your Health Savings Account (HSA) is not exactly top of mind. With the whirlwind of celebrations and planning going on around you, this is completely understandable.
8 Financial Discussions to Have Before Marriage
By: Lauren Hargrave
Engaged? Congratulations! You’re on your way to wedded bliss. Or are you? Of the top ten things couples fight about, money is one of the most common and can be the hardest to reconcile because it touches every aspect of your life. Even if you’ve already lived together for a while, these are the eight financial discussions you absolutely should have before you put rings on those fingers.