Health Benefits… Health, insurance, etc…
Having Health insurance coverage for yourself and your family is very important. You never know when something will occur that can cost you a fortune. Some people are paying on medical bills they incurred years ago. They have an unbelievable amount of debt to cover. Most employers offer some type of Health benefits for their employees. Generally you will have to work for them for at least 90 days before you are eligible.
The cost of Health benefits continues to increase but most employers are willing to cover a portion of it. Trust me, having to spend a couple of hundred dollars a month for such coverage is well worth it. A single overnight stay at the hospital can cost you thousands of dollars. Make sure you read closely what the Health benefits cover so that you are prepared. Each Health insurance policy is different from the next. For example you will likely need a referral to see a specialist. Otherwise you can end up with your claim being denied.
You should try to have dental benefits as well because this is a big part of your overall Health . At least twice a year you should be able to get a preventative cleaning so that big dental problems don’t occur. An infection in your mouth can result in your bloodstream being full of toxins that will make you ill.
If you don’t work someplace that offers good Health benefits you may want to consider getting another job. You can also look into buying it independently but you will likely pay a high premium. Yet more and more Health insurance companies are working to make it more affordable. For example they allow you to customize the package and only get the coverage you need. You can also choose the co-pay and deductible you are comfortable with.
Having Health benefits are very important so don’t let this issue continue to slide until you desperately need it. If you don’t have Health benefits and end up with an ongoing problem it will be excluded from whatever coverage you do get down the road. You also don’t want to end up with the cost of prescriptions that can drain you each month.