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How to Choose Health Insurance When in a Domestic Partnership
By: Lauren Hargrave
It used to be that only spouses and children could be covered under a family health insurance plan. But over the years this has slowly changed. Now, couples who are committed in a domestic partnership (i.e. they share a residence and financial responsibilities) can be covered under one another’s employee benefits package or a shared private plan.
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.
How to Choose the Best Health Insurance for Your Children
By: Lauren Hargrave
Having kids is an exciting (and exhausting) time. There are so many things to look forward to and stay on top of, re-examining your health insurance might not seem like the most important. But the first time your child(ren) gets sick, you want to know that you have a doctor you can trust and that you won’t have to worry about a huge bill on top of caring for your little one. To ensure you have the right health insurance for your children, consider these three key points.
Health Insurance for Small Business Owners
By: Vicky Warren
When looking for a new position, job seekers usually scan the position title, qualifications, job requirements, and then check the listing for health insurance.
With the ever-rising cost of healthcare, savvy job seekers need health insurance; it’s just too risky to NOT have it. The good news for small businesses is that there are many ways to offer this benefit.
Can I use my HSA for a friend?
By: Carla Fried
Using your HSA to help a friend pay for medical costs can be a costly move, as it typically will trigger a big tax bill. That said, there are some potential workarounds that might make it possible for you to help a friend without owing taxes.