Choosing a health insurance plan that meets your family's needs and doesn't have exorbitant costs can be a challenge, but there are some questions you can ask to determine the best plan for you.
Think about how much time, thought, research, and energy someone puts into buying a car. Now, think about how much time they might put into choosing a healthcare plan. How do the two compare?
When you love your work, you can easily become borderline obsessed with it. But there is a fine line between having a healthy relationship with your career and being all-consumed by it.
First Dollar is launching on the thesis that it can help consumers get better use out of their healthcare savings accounts, or HSAs. HSAs are non-taxable savings accounts that can be used on medical expenses, doctor visit co-pays, or medical prescriptions. Think of it as a 401(k), but for healthcare.