Even though a recent RAND Corp. study found little improvement at the bottom line, most employers now seem to embrace the idea that healthy workers are better workers.
The survey also finds that consumers are taking a dimmer view of Obamacare, which is to kick into high gear next month.
That school health insurance plan your child brought home when classes started? It's cheap, yes. But read carefully before you buy. it doesn't cover much. If anything at all.
According to one survey, 12% of companies plan to exclude spouses on health care plans to save on costs and offset the effects of the Affordable Care Act.
COBRA is a notoriously expensive way to keep your health insurance once you've lost a job. Fortunately, there are a few alternatives that won't hurt your wallet as much.
No matter what you think of Obamacare, it's happening. The real question for millions is how much it will cost them each month. Here are five of your biggest questions answered.
Picking your own health insurance means a complex shopping experience that will involve choices and hard decisions.
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