The Health Coverage Crunch: Are Planners Dealing with It?

McDonnell, Mell
March 2000
Journal of Financial Planning;Mar2000, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p54
Academic Journal
This article discusses the views of several financial planning professionals in addressing the health care situations and the problems faced by financial planning clients in the U.S. There are almost 45 million constituents who are uninsured due to high cost of health premiums and several lifetime decisions that affected the insurance coverage. The consensus of comprehensive planners are educating their clients. The planners can help factor in the cost of health care to the clients cash flow budget and direct them to the experts for help to get the best health care coverage possible for their available budget.


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