It’s National Financial Wellness Month, and we have tips about taking care of your finances, especially as they relate to health insurance.
If your health insurance features a flexible spending account (FSA), you could save on all kinds of health services and products.
Health savings accounts (HSAs) are becoming more common, and if your plan has one, it could help you with your medical expenses and offset high deductibles.
You might not realize how much money you’re losing going to the emergency room when you should be going to urgent care. Know where to go and save.
You know you pay a premium for your health insurance, but do you understand all of your out-of-pocket costs, like deductibles, copays, and coinsurance? Make sense of what you pay.
Do you know what happens after you get care? Make sense of the claims process, how your doctor gets paid, and what you’ll owe.
Making financial plans for your future can help you be ready for retirement, Medicare, and medical emergencies. Be prepared.
Financial wellness can impact other parts of your health too. These tips can help you track your spending, set goals, and more.