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What Is an EPO Plan?

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An EPO plan, or exclusive provider organization, includes features from other plan types — but adds its own special rules to the mix. Here are the basics.

Everything You Need to Know About Form 1095-A

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There’s no worse time than tax season to realize you have no idea what all of those forms are for. Here’s your guide to Form 1095-A.

How to Choose Between a Roth vs. Traditional IRA

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The difference between a Roth vs. traditional IRA might seem small, but it has pretty large effects. Here’s why such a fine distinction matters so much.

Family Planning Series, Part 1: Key Pregnancy Milestones

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Pregnancy is a journey. To help you navigate your way, here are the major pregnancy milestones that will bring you closer to delivering your baby.

Can You Still Get Telemedicine If You Don’t Have Insurance?

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Even if you don’t have telehealth benefits, virtual health can still be a good option for you. Even better, it might not cost as much as you think.

What Millennials Need to Know About Caring for Elderly Parents

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Your parents always took care of you. What do you do when suddenly they need your care? Follow these five tips to prepare for caring for elderly parents.

Health Insurance Lingo: Minimum Essential Coverage

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How essential is minimum essential coverage, exactly? We’ll take you through what it means and how to know whether or not you need it.

How Supplemental Insurance Can Support Your Growing Family

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Having a child changes your financial priorities. Give yourself peace of mind and added financial protection with supplemental maternity insurance.

What Recent Addiction Statistics Highlight About Millennial Health

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Addiction statistics show substance and alcohol misuse are two of the top 10 conditions millennials face. The data might be able to explain why.

Women’s Health Tips by Decade, From Your 20s to 60s

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Women’s health tips are from one size fits all, and what you do to stay healthy will change over time. Change by how much, exactly? Here’s how to find out.