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We’ve all heard of insured benefits, right? It’s, well, insurance. But did you know some benefits are non-insured? Yep, it’s a thing! Non-insured benefits are an inexpensive way to have access to additional health and wellness resources that could save you money. So, what can non-insured benefits do for you? We’re glad you asked!

Convenient medical access

Access to doctors online or by phone – Not everyone has medical insurance and even those that do, don’t always have time to go to the doctor for minor medical annoyances. That’s when being able to contact a doctor online or by phone would come in handy. You’ll save time and money by using this service for diagnosis and treatment of minor illnesses.

 Help with health claims

Access to health advocates – Health advocates can help you navigate the murky waters of insurance and healthcare systems. They can help resolve claims issues, negotiate discounts with your provider, and explain your benefits to you.

Discounts

Dental and vision discounts – Sometimes everything goes wrong at once. When you have reached your annual benefit maximums but still have more expense to go, saving an extra 10% to 60% with dental and vision discounts can make everything seem brighter.

Call a lawyer

Legal services – We don’t all have a lawyer on retainer as they do on TV. Sometimes things come up that require an experienced lawyer. When that happens, discounted rates on the services you need is a welcome thing.

Protect your identity

ID theft protection services – They’re everywhere now. Thieves attempting to hack into your world and steal your identity. ID theft protection services can monitor your credit for fraud and will give you access to fraud specialists who can provide resolution assistance if you fall prey to an identity thief.

Can you hear me?

Hearing aid discounts – What’s that? You need a hearing aid, but your insurance doesn’t cover the cost? Hearing aid discounts are often provided with non-insured benefits.

Shopping and entertainment

Instant discounts – Some non-insured benefit providers give you access to apps that will help you find discounts to merchants while you’re on-the-go. These discounts could apply to restaurants, shopping, entertainment, and even travel.

Non-insured benefits can range in price based on the benefits provided but are usually under $20.00/month. With prices that low, these benefits pay for themselves. Don’t just “show me the money!” SAVE me the money!

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