If you pay for your own health insurance, or if you’re part of a business that does, you know how expensive it can be. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to decrease your premiums and make them more affordable. We asked our Trust Life health insurance experts about the best ways to decrease your health […]Read more
Deciding what kind of health insurance to buy can be overwhelming, especially if you’re new to the process. There are dozens of different plans with different benefits and monthly premiums, and choosing the right one can mean the difference between having all your health needs covered or falling short when you need it most. But […]Read more
If you’ve ever submitted a health insurance claim and been denied, you know how frustrating it can be, especially if you don’t have the money to pay out of pocket for your medical care. We all hope that our claims will be covered with no issue—but sometimes, it simply doesn’t work out that way. In […]Read more
Do you have individual health insurance along with your workplace group plan? If no, have you wondered if it would be beneficial to have one? The answer is a definite “yes.” Individual health insurance plans are designed to provide protection in addition to any coverage you receive through your workplace. You may feel like the […]Read more
While provincial health plans cover most of your basic health care requirements, additional health insurance can help to serve a number of other important requirements like: paying for certain services that are not covered by a regular provincial health insurance plan such as ambulance services, special care, wheelchairs and other medical equipment. supplementing your income […]Read more
Why Should You prioritize Investing in Personal Health Insurance in Mississauga When Working as A Freelancer?
Investing in a personal health insurance plan in Mississauga can play a key role in protecting your finances for now and for the future. Without additional health coverage, your financial risk increases substantially with medical bills that need to be paid out of the pocket, whether for special medical care resulting from an illness or […]Read more