How can another year be coming to an end already? That means it’s time for our traditional “best of” list recapping our top 2018 articles.
So, take a few minutes to catch some of our top tips for controlling your healthcare (and more). Here we go….
1. My $905 Healthcare Mistake
Okay, so this article was actually re-shared in 2018 and was still among our most popular. Most people don’t realize the pricing for procedures can vary greatly by location, or that using an in-network doctor doesn’t guarantee the facility is also in your network. Click here to learn from Heidi’s experience.
BONUS: This testimonial from a new freshbenies member really highlights the importance of using your Advocacy expert!
2. How and When to Use a Prescription Discount Plan
Stats show 47% of Americans have used a prescription drug in the last 30 days. Do you have expensive prescriptions? Do you have prescriptions that aren’t covered by insurance? It’s important to understand how you can save whether you have insurance or not. Click here to read more.
BONUS VIDEO! Do you wonder if a prescription discount can help you? Watch Heidi break it down in under 90 seconds!
3. A Living Will: How Good Came from Our Family Tragedy
Did you know 64% of Americans don’t have a current will? And even less have their healthcare wishes down on paper in case something major happens. It’s one of those things we put off, but Adele shares how her family took 3 steps to get it taken care of.
4. Aging Parents: 4 Tips for Caregivers
So many of us are helping to care for parents. In fact, it’s estimated that 1 in 5 Americans care for an adult family member or friend. In February, Janet shared her experiences and tips in this article.
BONUS! This summer, freshbenies introduced a new service that can be added to a membership. Caregiver Support can be a big help to those who are caring for adult loved ones – this service offers a solution to EVERY point in Janet’s article.
5. Top 12 Reasons to Fund Your HSA
This annual post is ALWAYS popular. After all, who wants to leave money on the tax table? Watch for our latest article during the upcoming tax season. In the meantime, check out these relevant tips from our friend and expert, Tanya Boyd.
Now it’s your turn! What were your favorite finds this year to help you save money and be healthier? Share an article or a comment below, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.