Health Insurance: Choosing the Best Plan for Your Needs
- Friday, March 23, 2007
If you can’t afford all the bells-and-whistles at least consider purchasing some basic coverage. Usually you can could costs (and coverage) by opting not to include dental plans and costly add-ons. Also, consider buying a policy with a higher deductible. Going from a $500 deductible to a $1,000, $3,000, and $5,000 can often save a lot in premium cost. Remember, even a less-than-perfect policy is usually better than no policy.
Steve Diggs presents the No Debt No Sweat! Christian Money Management Seminar at churches and other venues nationwide. Visit Steve on the Web at www.stevediggs.com or call 615-834-3063. The author of several books, today Steve serves as a minister for the Antioch Church of Christ in Nashville. For 25 years he was President of the Franklin Group, Inc. Steve and Bonnie have four children whom they have home schooled. The family lives in Brentwood, Tennessee.
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