Do smokers pay higher health insurance premiums?

Answer According to an article published in September of 2008 on MSN Money, 5 percent of employers in the United States charge smokers extra for health insurance. If you choose individual health insurance... Read More »

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Do higher insurance premiums yield better health care?

On One Hand: Premiums Provide AccessWhen it comes to the best health-insurance packages, those with low deductibles and a variety of conditions and circumstances that they cover tend to have high p... Read More »

Why do young drivers face higher car insurance premiums?

Insurance companies base their car insurance rates on statistical data, which is used to determine the likelihood of the driver having a future loss. Youthful drivers tend to pay much higher car in... Read More »

Do doctors pay higher or lower medical insurance premiums?

Up the azz...they pay for malpractice insurance, as for their own..sure they have great coverage.

Can I use my HSA to pay for health insurance premiums?

Typically, you cannot use money from your health savings account (HSA) to pay for health insurance premiums. However, exceptions are made for premiums you pay for while receiving unemployment benef... Read More »