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Can you put non-family members on your health insurance?

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In most cases, health insurance plans cover the policyholder and their immediate family members. If you're curious about adding non-family members to your health plan, you need to understand the potential implications, limitations, and requirements for dependent coverage.

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What is a health insurance premium?

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As more individuals and families become active healthcare consumers , knowing key healthcare terms and how they affect your health insurance costs is essential. One of the most critical terms to understand is health insurance premiums.

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Health insurance options for franchises

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But as with any other business, you must know your health insurance obligations before hiring workers. Because of their potential for higher profits under the umbrella of a recognized brand, franchise businesses are often a draw for entrepreneurs.

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Employee health insurance options for dentist offices

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Like other small employers, dentists may wonder if they must offer health insurance benefits to their employees.

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A Benefits Leader's Top Priority: Reducing Cancer at all Costs

employers are bracing for the largest increase in health insurance costs in a decade next year. And the largest healthcare expense to employers?

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Individual health insurance vs. group health insurance

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A robust benefits package with a comprehensive health benefit is essential for attracting and retaining top talent in today’s workforce. But if you’re offering health benefits for the first time, figuring out where to start can be overwhelming. But what is the difference between them, and how do they compare?

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Child Support Report Covers Connecting Kids to Health Insurance

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Read PAYO’s article, “How Employers Help Connect Kids to Health Insurance” in the December edition of the Child Support Report, published by the federal Office of Child Support Services.