What is Catastrophic PPO Health Insurance?

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Choosing the right health insurance plan isn’t easy. You don’t want to spend a lot of money on coverage you will never need, but you also want to have good coverage when you need it.

That’s what I love about Catastrophic PPO Health insurance plans. They provide insurance coverage for big medical events, but at a cost that most people can afford. You may also know it as an Indemnity plan.

Here’s what you need to know: Read more

10 Things Kennesaw Residents Need to Know About Health Insurance

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We all know that having the right health insurance coverage is important, but purchasing a health care plan is often a confusing process for families and their loved ones.

Whether you’re new to the Kennesaw area and need a healthcare plan or a lifetime resident that simply wants to know more about the available options Georgia residents have, here are some things you need to know. Read more

How to Save Money on Your Healthcare

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Over the last few years, Americans have found themselves paying more than ever for their healthcare. Although Obamacare was designed to give families better access to health insurance, many found that their “affordable” healthcare plans were not only not affordable, they came with sky-high deductibles too.

If you’re tired of paying too much for your healthcare, there are other options that can help you save money on your medical expenses.

Let’s take a look. Read more

The 3 Types of Health Insurance Available to Real Estate Professionals

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I’m sure everyone would agree that there are some great advantages to working as a real estate professional. Since you’re an independent contractor, you’re basically your own boss. You can set your own schedule, work from home or at the office, and even take a three-hour CE lunch and learn without anyone saying a word.

Unfortunately, the downside to working as a real estate professional is that your health insurance is typically not paid for as part of your employment. This means your health insurance coverage has to come out of your own pocket and if you’re not careful, it can cost you a lot of money.

Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of the three types of health insurance that are normally available to real estate professionals to see how they stack up: Read more

5 Ways to Stay Healthy in Kennesaw

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We all know that January is usually the time of year when a lot of folks start thinking about their health. They make lists of New Year’s Resolutions and promise themselves they’ll get in shape or lose weight.

By February, however, a lot of people have already set aside those plans for getting healthier and returned to their old ways.

What if I told you that it didn’t have to be like that? Being healthier for 2018 doesn’t mean you necessarily have to change up your entire routine. Just taking better care of yourself and taking some “me” time can have huge health benefits that can help you down the road. Read more