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Care Savings Plan: Is It Right For Your Family?

You may or may not  have heard of the Care Savings Plan, but in either case, you should know the benefits.  Why?  Because you could be missing out on real savings that your family can really use, and especially in an economy like this.  When you really dig into the savings you and your family get, singing up for the Care Savings Plan is a no-brainer.  

First, let’s look at some of the savings you get: 

The Care Savings Plan can save you and your family a considerable amount off of the regular office visit. The fact that you get that reduced $68 ON YOUR FIRST VISIT, how do you not sign up for this?  The Care Savings Plan was created mostly for individuals and families without insurance, and we want you to take advantage of it.  

One thing to keep in mind is that the Care Savings Plan is NOT insurance.  It is a plan that is put together to give you savings, but is absolutely not health insurance.  These differences are important, because you do need to secure health insurance for your family for a whole host of reasons.  Because health insurance covers such a wide range of maladies, it’s a must.  There is no long term contract, this is a month to month plan, allowing you to opt out of it at any time

Check out the Care Savings Plan for your family today, you’ll be glad you did.

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