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Get a Good Deal on Your Health Insurance Without Getting Ripped-Off Paperback – September 28, 2007
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About the Author
Jonathan did not initially set out to write a book about health insurance. However, when researching the subject in order to purchase health insurance for himself and his family he discovered a wealth of information, a lot of scary stories, and was bombarded by questions from friends who were also confused and curious about the whole process of buying health insurance.
Jonathan has assembled all his research and discoveries into this book. He has come up with a very clear and concise step-by-step process for learning about health insurance, identifying plans that appeal to you, calculating the real out of pocket expense of each plan, and finally purchasing the plan that gives you the best deal on your health insurance.
Top Customer Reviews
Years ago, health insurance was almost always provided by your employer. The only choice you had to make through your Human Resources Manager was whether to choose plan A, B, or C. Today, more individuals are purchasing health insurance on their own. As the cost of health care continues to rise, many employers can no longer afford to provide their employees with health insurance. Some employers are even offering their employees more affordable options that are described with words like "consumer directed", "high deductible", and "HSA". What does this mean for you? My advice to you -- before you go out and purchase health insurance on your own, you should get up to speed on some important issues that can save you thousands of dollars and avoid making painful mistakes selecting the wrong plan for you/your family. Purchasing health insurance requires a level of knowledge that many of us are not comfortable with. This book will take the mystery out of health care shopping and save you money in the process.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I found this book while researching health insurance, and learned nothing in it I hadn't allready found online. This book is at least 4 years old, and not updated. Read morePublished on January 11, 2012 by Jim Modoff
This book clearly and distinctly explains the considerations to know when looking for the best plans for your needs. Read morePublished on May 7, 2009 by Stephany A. Harrington