I found a good job but doesn't offer health insurance. have checked insurance companies they are expensive. how can I find a good plan.?

  • by Lissy M
  • Dec 02,2015
  • 7 answers

I found a good job but doesn't offer health insurance. have checked insurance companies they are expensive. how can I find a good plan.?


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Bill 6 months ago

Shop around.

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Hailey 6 months ago

Call nearby health insurance brokers and see what they have for you. if you don't like one then try other number of brokers. i think that's the only way to get a good plan.

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StephenWeinstein 6 months ago

By moving to a place where good plans are available. There are no plans that are available everywhere. In many places, no good plans are available.
Finding a good plan that exists in the world doesn't help. You can't get that plan unless you live where it is available. So you have to move to that place, or pick from the plans that are available where you live, even if they aren't good.

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mbrcatz 6 months ago

Part of what makes a job good, are the health insurance benefits. You need to factor that in, when you decide if a job is "good" or not. On average, a single person should plan on spending $450 per month, for "good" health insurance.
So, the best way to find a "good" plan, whatever you mean by good, is to use a local broker. Then you can explain what YOUR definition of good is, so they can help explain the options available to you.
Keep in mind, your idea of how much health insurance should cost, is probably not very realistic.

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anonimitie 6 months ago

Assuming you are in the US, healthcare.gov.

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Insurance Pickle.com 6 months ago

Call a health insurance broker.

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Stoo 6 months ago

Guessing you're American, because that's the only place in the western world where this is a problem. I have health care because I'm a citizen. It is and should be completely unrelated to my job status.
But hey, socialism and taxes and bullshît. So, you get to pay for it, and it's expensive. But you should because freeloading on the system is a horrible idea.
In the meantime though, vote for people who will deliver on single payer health care. The American system is profoundly broken. Basic health care should be a right of citizenship, and paid for by taxes so everyone has it. That way, you can take whatever job you want, and employers aren't being taxed on job creation, which is what you have now.

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