From the Back Cover
A Health Insurance Revolution is Here!
"Americans can finally get affordable lifetime health insurance for themselves and their family. Pilzer's The New Health Insurance Solution shows you how every step of the way."
Mark Victor Hansen, cocreator, #1 New York Times bestselling series Chicken Soup for the Soul®, and coauthor, The One Minute Millionaire
"Millions of entrepreneurs and small businesspeople think they can't afford health insurance. Now they can."
Randy Fields, cofounder, Mrs. Fields Cookies
"A priceless guide for every American, and especially for anyone with a family member with a health problem."
Anthony Robbins, author, Awaken the Giant Within and Unlimited Power
"I was on COBRA health insurance and the information in this book lowered our monthly premium by $700 a month."
John Grillos, Hillsboro, California
American families and businesses don't realize there are affordable new ways to get health insurancewithout a traditional employer plan. The New Health Insurance Solution explains how you can get better, cheaper, and safer health insurance, and save thousands of dollars a year on all your healthcare costs. The book also explains why you should take your spouse and children off your employer health plan, how to use the new Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) to get a double tax break, how to cut prescription drugs costs by 50% or more, how to get health insurance between jobs, and how to get affordable healthcare for yourself or your parents in retirement.
About the Author
PAUL ZANE PILZER is a world-renowned economist, and a former advisor in two White House administrations, as well as an entrepreneur, and a New York Times
bestselling author. A former commentator on NPR and CNN, he is also the cofounder of a company providing individual health benefits to employees of Fortune 500 companies. His previous books include the New York Times
bestseller God Wants You to Be Rich
, The Wellness Revolution
, Other People's Money
, and Unlimited Wealth
. See www.paulzanepilzer.com for more information.
For more information on this book, see www.tnhis.com.