A Job Offer with No Benefits? No Problem.

Published: 16th February 2009
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Competition is tight for jobs these days. None of us can afford to be picky. If that job offer finally trickles in, don't reject it just because benefits aren't offered. Instead, take a few moments to weigh out the pro's and con's of having your own personal health plan.



Small companies seem to be cutting out health insurance in rapid numbers. Somehow, they are failing to see all the added benefits a group health care plan can bring to their growing company. If "100% Tax Deductible" isn't incentive enough, a healthy and happy employee should be. Whatever the reason may be, many of us are left wondering what to do about getting a health plan for ourselves.



Simply put, the best health plan for you is ridiculously easy to find. Go to a site such as Health Plan One to see dozens of plans currently offered in your area. If you like a lower monthly rate and higher annual deductible, you got it. Whatever fits you and your family's lifestyle best, you are able to find it on Health Plan One.



Next step is to set up a date in your calendar. Check back in a year to see what other health insurance plans are out there. Our lives can change a lot in a course of a year; your insurance may need some sprucing up too. The freedom that comes with having your own health plan is priceless. Thankfully, you don't have to worry about getting stuck with a "one size fits all" office plan that doesn't fit you or your lifestyle. There are scores to select from and with Health Plan One...the prices are bottom of the barrel.



The time may come when your company finally does get with the game and offers a health insurance plan as part of your work package. Before you jump to sign on the dotted line, do your research! Depending on what plan your company has chosen to go with, this may not be the right move for you. Make sure this will be not only saving you money, but giving you the coverage you need. Ask questions! What is the deductible, office co-pay, prescription amount, etc? Are you restricted on the doctor's or hospital's you are able to visit?



The ocean is wide right now in the health insurance world. We may not be able to afford to be too picky with our jobs right now. However, we CAN afford to be overly-selective with our health insurance.



Here the Author writes about accepting Jobs which doesn't offer any other benefits for employees like Health Insurance Plans as work package. He also writes about benefits of Health Insurance and what are the steps to select Health Insurance for you and your family.

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