Life & Health Insurance Advisor – Winter 2022
Rising Demand for Life Insurance in a Post-Pandemic World
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, demand for life insurance has surged. As people have been forced to confront their own mortality, their attitudes toward health and wealth have undergone a shift. Now, they are looking for life insurance to help them support their goals of living longer, healthier lives.Read on for details.
How to Afford Long-Term Care as Prices Rise
Long-term care costs are a significant financial burden for many families, and inflation has made it even more challenging to afford. With rising skilled nursing and senior housing costs, it is essential to know how to afford long-term care. There are options available to help offset the cost. Read on for details.
How to Protect Yourself from Medicare Scams
With health care costs rising, it’s no wonder that scams targeting Medicare enrollees are increasing, too. According to the National Heath Care Anti-Fraud Association, healthcare scams cost an estimated $68 billion annually. Seniors are often the most vulnerable to these schemes.Read on for details.
Majority of Hospitals Ignore Hospital Price Transparency Law
A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that most hospitals ignore the Hospital Price Transparency Law, which requires them to post both patient-accessible and machine-readable prices for common procedures.
Read on for details.
Life & Health Insurance Advisor – Fall 2022
Retirees Should Check Their Medicare Coverage Before Traveling
If you have Medicare and plan to travel, it’s essential to check your coverage for potential gaps that could lead to expensive bills.Read on for details.
What You Need to Know About Mental Health Care Insurance
Treatment for mental illness, which affects millions of Americans every year, can be costly, but many people don’t realize they qualify for mental health care insurance. Read on for details.
How to Save on Health Insurance
If you’re one of the millions of Americans struggling to pay for the rising cost of health insurance, here are some money saving tips. Read on for details.
A Quick Look at Child-Only Health Insurance
Affordable health insurance for your children is a top priority. Child-only health insurance policies can be a good fit for your kids but finding the right policy for your family can be tricky. Read on for details.
Life & Health Insurance Advisor – May 2022
Is No-Exam Life Insurance Right for You?
Getting life insurance can be complicated and time-consuming. But not always. Read on for details.
Why Stay-At-Home Parents Need Life Insurance
Stay-at-home parents probably do the job of six or more people, taking care of everything from being a nanny and nurse to a chauffeur and chef. Read on for details.
Many Americans Will Soon Get Medical Debt Removed from Their Credit Reports
Starting in July 2022, many Americans may see their medical debt removed from their credit reports, according to a statement from Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. Read on for details.
Medicare Now Covers Up to Eight At-Home Covid Tests
Starting in April, anyone with Medicare Part B, including people enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan, gained access to free COVID-19 at-home tests. Coverage will apply until the end of the public health emergency.Read on for details.
Life & Health Insurance Advisor – February 2022
Never Outlive Your Savings
with Longevity Annuities
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that the average 65-year-old will live at least another 20 years, which is six years more than what life expectancy was in 1950. While this is great news, it does present a financial challenge – how to ensure that your retirement savings will last a lifetime.
Read on for details.
Lose Weight to Save On Insurance
If you are already finding it hard to keep your New Year’s promise to lose weight this year, maybe this will inspire you. Read on for details.
Not Getting Vaxxed?
Here’s What To Do if You Lose Your Job
As we enter year three of the COVID-19 pandemic, experts are still encouraging people to get the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine and booster shots because they lessen the possibility of needing hospitalization if they get infected with the virus. Read on for details.
Options If You Don’t Have Dental Insurance
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. national public health agency, estimates that more than a third of all Americans haven’t visited a dentist in the last year.
Read on for details.