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September 15 2012

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How To Make Sure Your Health Insurance Works For You

Figuring out the ins and outs of health insurance can be confusing. Your health is important! Insurance can help defer the cost of an unexpected health issue, should it arise! Following is some information others have found beneficial on the subject, read on:

If you're self-employed, don't forget that your health insurance costs can be tax deductible! Your insurance premiums should be considered as an above-the-line deduction, which means that they'll lower your gross income on insurance forms. Getting the money you put into your insurance back in your tax return can be a big benefit to your finances. Always make sure to have a new health insurance plan lined up before your previous one expires. It can take months to put a new plan into effect, and if your old plan is out of service, you will be completely uninsured while dealing with starting up your new plan. When purchasing a health insurance policy, never pay by cash. Always provide the agent with a check or credit card number instead. Always make the check payable to your insurance company, never the agent. This will provide you with a receipt of your purchase and protect you from any dishonest action on the part of your agent.

Hopefully, you will agree that this information is helpful? Apply what fits in your own circumstances. It is true; the ins and outs of health insurance can be confusing! However, your health is important! When faced with decisions regarding your health, ideally, the money you spend should not be the determining factor on what care you receive. Prepare for the unexpected!

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