Insurance shouldn’t be boring, but most of the time, it is. The whole idea behind my blog is to convey the importance, uses, and value of specific types of insurance policies through personal experiences, humor, visualization, shock, and other entertaining methods. Thanks for listening to my podcasts – enjoy!
By now, we are used to interacting with companies without actually setting foot in a store. The fact that we have never actually met an employee from our cell phone providers or from Amazon.com doesn’t seem strange. The same could be said for many car insurance providers, but that doesn’t have to be the case.
Guest post by Mark McCrell. Read the original blog post at InsurancewithaTwist.com!
Americans are destined to be covered by catastrophic-only protection in the not too distant future. Stay a step ahead of the curve by making the switch to a catastrophic health plan now.
Read the Original Blog Post
Short term medical (STM) insurance is a flexible, affordable, easy to qualify for, short term solution to a gap in health insurance coverage of between one and 12 months (and even longer). Here are nine reasons people rely on this innovative solution.
Original blog post @ http://insurancewithatwist.com/1104/short-term-medical-insurance-the-ultimate-uses-guide/.
Voice over work by Kyle Van Son
Car insurance policies come in unbelievable variety. When searching for the right policy, it can be quite hard to know where to start. Finding the right car insurance policy is essential and your coverage is the most important thing to consider; as well as the cost.
Guest post by Shirley Jones
It’s no secret that there is a problem with the American healthcare system; a real serious problem.
So where are things headed?
While recent legislation addresses some of the cost issues, other unfixed damaging cost drivers continue to wreak havoc on the American healthcare system. Until those cost drivers are addressed, and our system becomes more efficient, cutting benefits will be a primary cost control method. In fact, it has been for years, even decades. But more than ever, things are catching up to us.