Group Health Insurance
An important part of choosing a health care plan is knowing what your rights are concerning pre-existing conditions.
Employer sponsored group health insurance is one of the most important benefits a company can provide for it's employees. Group health insurance usually costs less than individual health insurance that you buy on your own.
Group health insurance plans are developed through financial structures such as payroll tax or a monthly premium. It is usually provided by an employer or union and depending on years of employment and negotiated factors, it can extend through your retirement years.
With the skyrocketing costs of doctor's visits and hospital stays, a good health insurance plan is what most people want when they start a job. It can be the determining factor in whether an employee, including his or her family, stays healthy or, in many cases, lives.
Health insurance insures that a person can see a doctor when necessary without having to pay the full medical bill, which can be very expensive. The insured, in many cases, is only charged a co-payment, which is an out of pocket expense that offsets a portion of the costs that an insurance company has to pay for a.........
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VA Lending Limits are up to $424,100 in most areas.
Attention Veterans: The GI Bill is there for you! One of the easiest, fastest, and least costly ways for a veteran to purchase a home is offered through the Montgomery GI Bill.
A veteran who meets eligibility qualifications can purchase a home with "0" down payment, reduced closing costs, and interest rates that are usually comparable to, or lower than, conventional rates. There is no prepayment penalty, no mortgage insurance, and qualification standards, credit and income, are less stringent than with other options. This substantially increases the chances of a veteran who wants to purchase a home.
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Becoming Your Best:
The 12 Principles of Highly Successful Leaders
Becoming Your Best includes inspiring and instructive business stories as well as a great deal of practical advice. The book's 12 principles can help any leader develop a culture of excellence and include Be True to Character; Use Your Imagination; Tap the Power of Knowledge; Never Give Up; Seek Peace & Balance; and Lead with a Vision.
Discover the principles that are transforming teams and leaders worldwide
Running a business or department in today’s high-pressure business landscape gets more difficult every year. Given the level of competition, as well as market ups and downs, it seems that you either sacrifice your personal life for your job or you lose everything.
Steve Shallenberger has an important message for you: It doesn’t have to be this way. You can succeed in business and live a happy life at the same time. In fact, if you follow his advice, a satisfying personal life will necessarily follow your leadership success. That’s because it’s all based on timeless truths that apply to every aspect of life, in any business and in any culture.
Becoming Your Best reveals the lessons you need to follow in order to reach your highest potential and drive the kind of innovation that turns good companies into industry leaders―all while living a well-balanced personal life. Learn the 12 principles for............