Health Insurance for the Self Employed

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, roughly 1 out of 10 workers in the United States are self-employed. This number includes both small and large business owners as well as freelancers. Self-employment has a lot of perks, including the ability to decide when, where, and how you work. The downside is that when you…

Travel Nurse Health Insurance Recommendations

The last few years have seen an increase in demand for travel nurses by almost 20%. The Bureau of Labor and Statistics expects this growth to average 9% annually over the next ten years. Along with the benefits of being a travel nurse come the headaches of a contract employee. Since travel nurses aren’t considered permanent employees…

The 3 Basic Types Of Health Insurance

Approximately half of US workers receive employer-sponsored health insurance (also called group health insurance). For them, most of the complicated coverage decisions are made by their employers as part of the benefits package. If you own a small business, are self-employed, or are navigating a career change…

What To Look Out For With Employer Coverage

What is employer-sponsored coverage?  Employer-sponsored health coverage, also known as group plans, are policies selected and provided by your employer.  These plans cover the cost of the premium for you and your dependents.    There are several advantages to this type of coverage: Your employer finds and selects the plan for you  Your employer splits…

Trust the Professionals with Insurance Quotes!

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