If you are a full-time employee and/or enrolled in employer’s health plan, you’ll likely receive tax form 1095-B, 1095-C or both. they provide key information about your health coverage.
Remember to use your flexible spending account dollars before year’s end, or you will have to forfeit most or all of those funds.
While it’s difficult to control all the factors that contribute to rising healthcare costs, smart benefits use and comparison shopping can help stretch your healthcare dollars.
Making changes to your lifestyle can help prevent or lessen the severity of health issues, which may result in fewer health expenses and improved well-being.
Even with insurance, medication can be expensive. Without insurance, many are at risk of foregoing important medicine all together. Don’t skip doses; Find ways to pay less for prescriptions instead.
Just as effective as brand-name medications and often significantly cheaper, generic medication could be an overlooked strategy to reduce healthcare costs.
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