Category: insurance


Op-Ed: My Experience & Why We Need Healthcare Reform A.S.A.P.

Back in April I wrote about how our medical bills were starting to really pile up due to my brush with leukemia, and at that point we were really worried about how much it was all going to add up to. And then as soon as we were getting closer and closer to having everything […]


Everyone Deserves A Health Insurance Plan Like This…

My wife started her new teaching job here in New Mexico last week, and this weekend we had to fill out her new insurance sign-up forms. We have been on private insurance for almost 2 years since I left my corporate job, costing us about $320 a month in California and $215 here in New […]


Thankful For Health Insurance Yet Again.

OK, so remember back when I wrote about why (from personal experience) you should have health insurance, how the doctor’s determined that I did not have leukemia, how the bills were starting to add up and how I was finally going to pay them all off? No? Well, it’s happening again… Two weeks before we […]


Single Step Personal Finance Challenge – Pay Off Remaining Medical Debt.

Yesterday, Mrs. Micah challenged her readers to come up with one single step to take that would improve or optimize our personal finance situation, and since I am both A. a reader of Mrs. Micah and B. a fellow M-Networker, I decided to write up a quick post about what I will be doing to […]


Eleven Financial Tips For People With Chronic Health Conditions.

The following is a guest post from Laura D. Irwin, CFO and co-founder of eFinplan. Stay tuned this week as I will be giving away a 1-year subscription to the eFinPLAN online financial planning software (a $98 value). Make sure you are subscribed to the RSS feed or by email in order to have the […]

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