Have you ever felt frustrated during the open enrollment, trying to choose something, and you realize that you have just picked something to get it over with? But then, when you tried to use it, you found that it was incredibly difficult, you didn’t have the benefits you thought you might have. You’re basically just confused and give up.
This is something that I help my clients with. Insurance is super, super confusing, and complex. There are different choices out there, but a lot of people don’t realize that there are different choices. I am here to help navigate you through those choices.
I do a consultation session with you to find out exactly what your unique needs are; what you’re wanting from your coverage, and what your past experiences have been. I then use this information to help you find the right coverage for you.
If you’re fortunate enough to have employed health care, and you just use what is offered at your company, it may interest you to know (or you may be in the situation) that a lot of times people with have employer health care, that they can’t afford to cover their spouse or kids on the plan. And so, they end up just covering themselves, and then either their spouse and kids might not have any coverage, or they find something that doesn’t meet their needs. I can help with that, too.
We’re getting ready to hit Open Enrollment later this year. It’s coming up pretty quickly, and I will be very busy. And although I will have very flexible hours for appointments, there’s only one of me. So I encourage you to book your appointments now. So that we can get lined out what’s available to you and what your choices are. You can book an appointment with me both on my website and my Facebook page – JKapp Consulting.
Also, I’m currently posting a lot of content to help frustrated people gain some education and some knowledge, to help you make a good decision about the care and coverage for you and your family; as well as how to save money. There are a lot of different ways we can do that. Whether it be premium, or educating you on when to use your insurance and when not to use your insurance. I know that sounds crazy, but we can have a discussion about that. The overall goal is to make sure that you’re not paying more than you need to for health care. Because there is something that you CAN do. You can control on your end, for the most part, what procedures you get and where you choose to get them done. But some of it is out of your control. There are a few small tricks and tips that I can give you to make sure you never pay too much for something. And end up feeling frustrated.