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  1. Using a Personal Loan for Medical Procedures

    Using a Personal Loan for Medical Procedures

    Medical loans are a form of a personal loan. They’re specifically designed to pay for medical expenses, including essential or elective procedures. They’re unsecured, meaning you don’t have to put up any property as collateral, and they can even be used to cover the cost of your deductible or out-of-network fees.

  2. How to Pick a Health Insurance Plan for 2019

    How to Pick a Health Insurance Plan for 2019

    Whether you get insurance through your employer or through the Health Insurance Marketplace on, it’s important to understand how insurance works before choosing a health insurance plan for 2019. Below are 5 common health insurance questions and answers that will help you choose the right plan.

  3. How to Choose a Plan on in 4 Easy Steps

    How to Choose a Plan on in 4 Easy Steps

    If you’re struggling to pay your bills, an expensive health insurance policy is probably last on your list of priorities. But, you may not be able to afford to go without insurance. Medical debt is one of the leading causes of bankruptcy. A single car accident or medical emergency can wipe out your savings.

  4. New Job? Here’s How to Select a Healthcare Plan

    New Job? Here’s How to Select a Healthcare Plan

    Starting a new job can be exciting, but it’s also easy to feel stressed out by meeting your new team and completing all of the necessary paperwork. When your employer hands you the information on your health insurance options, you might be tempted to just pick the cheapest plan and move on. But doing so can end up costing you in hefty medical bills later on.

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