Insurance - Don't Let Health Care Hijack Your Retirement by Jeffery Voudrie
... To cut costs, many companies are reducing benefits, charging more, or eliminating retiree health plans entirely. For example, one of my clients retired from a large company and due to its financial troubles and rising health care costs, his monthly premiums have increased from $40 a month to $220 in just 4 years. So what’s a person to do? You can’t escape the rising cost of health care, but you can certainly plan for it. Pre-retirees need to take a hard look at their savings plan to make ...
What's the Difference Between Individual, Family, Group and Health Insurance? by Kurt Stammberger
... SMALL GROUP HEALTH INSURANCE Employers attract employees by offering them attractive incentives and benefits, and one of the most valued benefits is a comprehensive health insurance plan that fulfils most medical expenses of the employee (and his or her immediate family) at a low cost. Most plans stipulate that any employer with between 2 and 50 employees is eligible for Small Group Health Insurance. When you contact a broker or insurance provider, you’ll be asked to provide birth, age, ...
How To Do Calorie Counting The Right Way by Jed Baguio
... on your age, weight, gender, height and individual activity intensity levels can precisely measure your calorie balance. You can also see immediately when you are off track and you can adjust your situation accordingly. Great health is a complex task. Diet, nutritional facts, meal plans, calorie balance, body reading measurements, supplement and medicine intake, exercise routines, daily activity intensity and costs will make it very difficult for you to see the forest for the trees.
Calorie Counting Done the Right Way = Weight Loss? Absolutely! by Erik Pijcke
... Interrelating factors like diet, nutritional facts, meal plans, calorie balance, body reading measurements, supplement and medicine intake, exercise routines, daily activity intensity and costs will make it very difficult for you to see the forest for the trees. Well designed software that keeps track of all of the above factors and can correlate them will make it very easy to manage your health, fitness, weight loss, muscle mass gain or any goal you have set
How To Get The Best Term Life Insurance Quote by E. Cory
... Premium Payment Plan – If you can afford it, choose to pay your premium on an annual basis – if they charge you more when paying on a quarterly or monthly basis. This may save you some extra money on your life insurance premiums. Buy Early – The sooner you buy coverage, the cheaper it will be. Your age is a factor in determining your rates. The older you are, the closer you are to your life expectancy – so, the higher your life insurance premiums.
Seven Crucial Steps for Long Term Weight Loss by John Tiniakos
... Not to mention the high cost of many weight loss plans that include pre packaged food, unnecessary meal replacements, supplements and so on. A more accurate method to figure out how many calories you actually need (to maintain your weight) is to take your body weight and multiply it by 11. Say you weigh 160 pounds and you are completely sedentary. 160 x 11 = 1760 (calories). So you would need 1760 calories if you sat around all day with very minimal movement to remain at 160 pounds.