Our 2019 Financial Goal

Family Balance Sheet

In 2018, we decided to focus on just 2 main financial goals and before I share my 2019 goals I thought I would give you a recap on 2018. Why We Chose Medi-Share, an affordable solution to traditional health insurance. 2018 Update What is your big financial goal for 2019?

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Healthy Habits: 5 Key Health Exams Millennials Should Have in 2019

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With more and more millennials skipping out on annual health exams in favor of a quick, as needed, visit to an urgent care facility, doctors fear the largest generation in America, may overlook serious health issues. The issue is that health conditions that can be caught early may slip through the cracks. Dr. Niket Sonpal, Adjunct Assistant Professor at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York City, offers 5 health exams millennials should get this year.

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Thrifty Thinking: One Monthly Action for a Better Financial Outlook

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You’ve resolved to get a handle on your finances in 2019, but there are only so many hours in the day. September: Review insurance policies to prep for November by making sure coverage still meets your needs and preparing to adjust accordingly. October: Review your financial first aid kit November: Open enrollment for group employee benefits and Individual Health Insurance begins.

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Our 2018 Financial Goals

Family Balance Sheet

I won’t rehash our health insurance story here, because I have written extensively about it and INCLUDED OUR NUMBERS. We blew through our health savings account, and now need to save another $10k so we’re not caught off guard if another emergency were to happen. Read our Health Insurance Story: . What We Left Traditional Health Insurance. Why We Chose Medi-Share, an affordable solution to traditional health insurance.

Tax Reform – What it Means for Employees

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One major change included in the tax reform law impacts Obamacare: the individual mandate will be repealed with this new tax law as of 2019. This means persons will no longer be required to “secure health insurance or pay a penalty.” If healthy individuals will choose not to have coverage with the elimination of the individual mandate, the balance of those who are insured will tip towards those who are sick, which will increase the cost of healthcare overall.)

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