11.01.2022Have kids? Consider a child-only Catastrophic Plan* even if you have insurance through work Is keeping your kids on the family or company health plan costing more than it needs to? Switching to a child-only plan could save you a lot of money in the long run.
10.29.2022Going out on your own or starting your own business can be scary enough, but the thought of figuring out health insurance can be downright daunting. The good news is you don’t need to put off that big career move just to have company health insurance. Does the plan allow you to access the services you use most at a cost that works for you?
10.31.2022Let’s face it, shopping for health insurance is confusing and often frustrating. It doesn’t help that there seem to be a million plans on the Exchange to choose from. Friday Health Plans will start offering $0 Deductible plans in 2023, and you may see other companies offering similar plans. Here's what you need to know about $0 deductible plans
10.31.2022Open Enrollment, the window of time when individuals can enroll in a new health plan starts on November 1st and ends January 15th. (Woot woot!) When is Open Enrollment? Friday is here to help get you feel prepared to shop. Here are a few key things to know about shopping for insurance this Open Enrollment.
10.31.2022Whether it’s for yourself, your family, or your employees, shopping for health insurance is never easy. It’s not hard to get overwhelmed by the number of plans out there, the odd jargon, and to find the best value for your money and specific situation. Finding the best option can take a lot less time and hair-tearing—and likely save you
10.31.2022Friday Health Plans is offering copay plans in 2023. You might be wondering what this means and if one of these plans is suitable for you. A “copay” is a fixed dollar amount you pay for a specific covered health expense. It doesn’t count towards your deductible, and you must continue to pay them after you’ve met your deductible. You usually pay