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15 Tips for the Best Open Enrollment Ever

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Open enrollment gives you the chance to get needed benefits, but the process can often seem daunting and confusing. What can make the whole process more intimidating is weighing additional services, such as health and flexible spending accounts, dental or vision insurance, and retirement options. Here are some points to consider (and some pitfalls to avoid) to make the most …

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Medicare Open Enrollment

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For those counting on Medicare benefits, it’s important to understand the Medicare open enrollment process and what to expect in terms of enrollment dates, available plans, and premiums. Available plans may change from year to year, and this once-a-year opportunity to choose your plan can affect the doctors and care options you have available to you. Medicare Defined Initial and …

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Your Open Enrollment Checklist [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Every year during the open enrollment period, millions of Americans seek out new insurance policies. Since we’re currently in the middle of open enrollment, you might be considering switching up your insurance coverage. Here are the basics on everything you need to know about open enrollment. Share This Infographic On Your Site <p><strong>Please include attribution to http://www.kingbenefits.com with this graphic.</strong></p><br …

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Avoid These 5 Common Open Enrollment Mistakes

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Throughout the U.S., the fall season introduces the arrival of the open enrollment period — a period where employers and health insurers allow policyholders to change their coverage, or enroll in new plans, without the need for a qualifying life event (such as a marriage, or the birth of a new child). This occurrence provides employees with a valuable opportunity …

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