Health & Wealth Report Past Issues

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Vol 11 Issue 1:
–January 1, 2021
Why Routine Screenings & Preventive Care are More Important Than Ever
Vol 10 Issue 12:
–December 1, 2020
Peak Health Alliance: An All-New Health Insurance Option for Colorado’s Ski Country
Vol 10 Issue 11:
–November 1, 2020
Small Business Guide to Individual Coverage HRAs (ICHRA)
Vol 10 Issue 10:
–October 1, 2020
2020 Health Insurance Open Enrollment Is Coming … Are You Ready?
Vol 10 Issue 8:
–August 1, 2020
Are You Prepared for Long-term Care?
Vol 10 Issue 7:
–July 1, 2020
What to Do if You Get COVID-19
Vol 10 Issue 6:
–June 1, 2020
Fast Help: Lowering Healthcare Costs to Get By
Vol 10 Issue 5:
–May 1, 2020
The Most Important Questions about Coronavirus, Health Insurance, & HSAs
Vol 10 Issue 4:
-April 1, 2020
In Uncertain Times, Your Preventative Benefits are More Important than Ever
Vol 10, Issue 3:
-March 1, 2020
How to Avoid Surprise Medical Bills
Vol 10, Issue 2:
– February 1, 2020
Yes, Most People Actually Do Need Life Insurance
Vol 10, Issue 1:
– January 1, 2020
Eye Exams: A Necessary Cost, or a Huge Rip-off?
Vol 9, Issue 12:
December 1, 2019
Making the Most of Your Health Plan in 2020
Vol 9, Issue 11:
– November 1, 2019
Your ColoHealth End-Of-Year Financial Management Reminders
Vol 9, Issue 10:
– October 1, 2019
Open Enrollment is Almost Here
Vol 9, Issue 9:
– September 1, 2019
Crazy Costs & Pointless Procedures: How to Tell If You Actually Need that Doctor- Recommended Surgery
Vol 9, Issue 8:
– August 1, 2019
How to Maximize Your Benefits with these Online Price Comparison Tools
Vol 9, Issue 7:
– July 1, 2019
6 Easy Steps to Plan for Retirement Early
Vol 9, Issue 6:
– June 1, 2019
Start Early: Planning for Long-term Care Costs
Vol 9, Issue 5:
– May 1, 2019
Save on Your Prescriptions with Free Mobile Apps!
Vol 9, Issue 4:
– April 1, 2019
Tax Deadline is April 15: Here’s What to Do if You Made HSA Excess Contributions
Vol 9, Issue 3:
– March 1, 2019
5 Reasons an Estate Plan is Vital Today
Vol 9, Issue 2:
– February 1, 2019
It’s Ski Season: Don’t Forget to Equip an Accident Plan!
Vol 9, Issue 1:
– January 1, 2019
 New Year’s Resolution: Achieving Financial Security

HEALTH INSURANCE INFORMATION

  • Plans approved and authorized under the Affordable Care Act
  • Covers Pre-Existing conditions
  • Low cost subsidized plans available to those earning
    < 400% of the federal poverty level
  • Unlimited lifetime benefits
  • Available during open enrollment (November 1 – January 15), or if you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period

Learn More About Colorado Health Insurance Plans

HEALTH COST-SHARING INFORMATION

  • Not health insurance, but a way for like-minded individuals to share medical expenses
  • Waiting periods on pre-existing conditions
  • May exclude sharing for certain conditions or activities
  • Enroll any time
  • Much lower monthly cost than unsubsidized health insurance

Learn More About Colorado Healthshares Plans