Topic: Healthcare Costs

    How are benefits brokers paid?
    By Emily Kubis on March 6, 2019

    Questions employers should ask It can be difficult to compare benefits brokers – they generally say the same things when you meet with them, and...

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    Health spending to hit $6 trillion by 2027
    By Emily Kubis on March 4, 2019

    Three ways employers can bend the cost curve National health spending is expected to hit $6 trillion by 2027, rising to nearly 20 percent of GDP, ...

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    Are your clients maximizing their HSAs?
    By Emily Kubis on November 21, 2018

      Most consumers aren't using HSAs as a retirement vehicle According to a new survey released by Nationwide Retirement Institute, four in ten...

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    What the midterm election means for health care
    By Alex Tolbert on November 19, 2018

    Medicaid expansion, Obamacare and more Unlike the past few U.S. elections, health care did not play a major role in the 2018 midterms. While...

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    Will healthcare undermine your clients’ retirement strategy?
    By Emily Kubis on November 15, 2018

      Affluent Americans are concerned about the impact of healthcare costs on retirement According to a new study published by Nationwide, healthcare...

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    Three surprise healthcare costs that can affect retirement savings
    By Emily Kubis on November 8, 2018

      How to prepare Do your clients have the information they need to effectively plan for healthcare costs in retirement? More and more advisors are...

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    Four steps for finding the right health insurance plan in 2019
    By Alex Tolbert on November 6, 2018

    More options for Tennesseans Do you need individual or family health insurance coverage in 2019? Open enrollment is here, which means consumers...

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    How financial advisors can help clients with open enrollment
    By Emily Kubis on October 31, 2018

      Open enrollment begins Nov. 1 Open enrollment is here! Beginning Nov. 1, consumers can compare and enroll in Affordable Care Act plans via...

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    Tennessee premium rates are stabilizing — but are costs still too high?
    By Alex Tolbert on October 22, 2018

    More options for Tennesseans Open enrollment is almost here, and after years of double-digit premium increases, prices seem to be stabilizing....

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    Does the U.S. have ‘free market’ healthcare?
    By Alex Tolbert on October 12, 2018

    How to make healthcare more competitive Americans have been debating healthcare for decades. As costs have continued to skyrocket for...

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