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  • Monday, November 20, 2017

  • New Year, New Beginnings – Start Of Right With Short Term Medical Insurance

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2011 is around the corner, and for many people, the new start of a new year is taken quite literally as they find themselves starting out at new employers. To make sure that your fresh start is a good one, protect yourself and your family with short term medical insurance.

The turn of the calendar is always a good time for hiring. Many companies have new budgets available at the beginning of the year that they can use to expand their staff. In some instances, strong holiday revenues may help fund new positions within a company. And many workers use time off around the holidays to accelerate their job search. So in short, you have a blend of companies looking to hire and individuals with ample opportunity to pursue new positions,

Unfortunately, not every employer offers medical coverage upon hire. Many companies make their employees wait a probationary period that lasts anywhere from 30-90 days. This way, the company and employee can determine if the fit is right before the company makes a significant investment in health insurance. While this practice makes sense, it can be difficult on the employee, particularly when a family is involved as well. Not having health insurance available can be a frightening experience. This is where short term medical insurance proves its value.

With a short term plan, you can buy the insurance you need at an affordable cost, only for as long as you need it. This affordability and flexibility make short term coverage ideal for anyone transitioning jobs. and it helps make sure the new year and your new professional start get off to a wonderful beginning!

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