How to Make Smart Decisions During Benefits Enrollment Season

Every fall, millions of American workers spend time making financial decisions that will affect them for the entire upcoming year. Benefits enrollment season is a critical time for choosing coverages that protect the health and financial stability of individuals and families. Despite the importance of these decisions, nearly half (49 percent) of people spend less … More How to Make Smart Decisions During Benefits Enrollment Season

Common Myths About Health Care Sharing Explained

Will my doctor treat me if I don’t have health insurance? What if I have a very large medical need? Isn’t health care sharing contributing to the rising cost of health care? These are a few of the questions—and misconceptions—that Samaritan Ministries International (samaritanministries.org), one of the leading health care sharing ministries in America, encounters when it comes … More Common Myths About Health Care Sharing Explained

Knowing Your Government: Healthcare Bill Issues Explained In Plain English

A bill  working its way through the U.S. House of Representatives changes national health care insurance. Example of Pricing A 55-year-old earning $25,000 a year could see premiums go up to  $3,600; a 64-year-old earning $25,000 a year would pay $7,000 more in premiums, while someone the same age earning $15,000 a year could see … More Knowing Your Government: Healthcare Bill Issues Explained In Plain English