Can you afford to miss work if you are critically ill or injured?
You have health insurance, but it doesn't cover everything. And it certainly doesn't cover costs to pay for daily life if you're in a severe accident. Do you have a prescription for your financial health?
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Supplemental health insurance can help fill coverage gaps such as co-pays, deductibles and nonmedical care (e.g. transportation and nonmedical housing).
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Supplemental health insurance can give you peace of mind
- 1. Examine your current health insurance to determine what gaps might need to be filled.
- 2. Determine whether you would need supplemental income to pay for daily living if you were unable to work due to injury or critical illness.
- 3. Consider what you can afford in monthly premiums.
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Can you afford supplemental health insurance?
Payments can start as low as $20 per month. Adding more coverage would increase your payments, but it can also be a simple way to help keep
you and your family financially secure.
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What will happen to your family if something happens to you?
You work hard to keep them safe and provide a home where memories are created. Yet the unthinkable could happen and your family could face life
without you. Find out how you can make sure they'll be taken care of.
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Life insurance can't replace you, but it can help cover expenses left behind
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Protect your loved ones with life insurance
- 1. Determine how much financial coverage is needed to support your family.
- 2. Decide the length of time you want your family protected.
- 3. Consider what you can afford in monthly premiums to fund your policy.
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