No, they can't force you to buy it from your job. You can buy your health insurance wherever you want too. That's between you and the insurance company you choose to purchase coverage from.
Is a Husband supposed to buy a gift for his wifes baby shower?
up here in Canada we don't need to buy extra insurance. we operate under the license of a medical doctor and that's where our insurance comes from.
Some companies get better insurance rates if they require all employees to buy health insurance. IT is cheaper because the insurance company is not covering just the people that need it or use it.
The cheaper way would be to find a job and buy insurance through them, but there may be a waiting period. You can also buy independent insurance for yourself without going through your employer but it is VERY expensive.
Yes, you can be forced to buy your shirt if it is required work wear. But it is also deductible as an employment expense on your tax return.
One can buy vision insurance for the health of their eyes at Blue Cross Blue Shield. A dedicated agent will be happy to help you find more information on their official website.
Once per year, individuals who receive health insurance through their employer have the option to change their coverage or keep their current coverage.
Try your state's insurance program for lowpaid workers...visit local public clinics...buy into your employer or school's insurance program. It is worth it.
The easiest way to get group health insurance is through an employer's benefits package. Because this is not always possible, many groups, clubs and organizations arrange for insurance option using the members who buy insurance through them as the group to lower the cost.
If a person does not have a job, or if their job does not provide health insurance, then the person might choose to buy private health insurance. It is usually less expensive to purchase health insurance through ones employer, but part time, contingent or contract personnel might not qualify for insurance through their employer. It is a good idea to have medical insurance at all times because illness or injury can strike any time and can rapidly become very expensive.
Many companies sell life and critical illness insurance. Employers often offer this type of insurance as a benefit, and it is frequently cheaper to buy it from one's employer. Otherwise, one can purchase this type of insurance from MetLife, Prudential, or any number of other insurance providers.