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Which is You? Facing Healthcare & Financial Reality!

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If you are young and single, you may be paying off student loans with a job that pays less today than what you will earn later. For most people like you, healthcare insurance takes too much of your budget. You pay your rent first, food next, and if there is anything left, you go to a movie. You think you are invincible and don't need insurance. So, you don't buy it.

Then you have a skiing accident and you're faced with a hefty medical bill. Now what? Should you ask your folks to pay? Ignore the bill, be sent to collections and be sued? File for bankruptcy? None are good choices.

With HomePort, you can have a healthcare plan for as low as $100 a month. Avoid the hassle. Think about it.

If you have a spouse and no children, you and your spouse together are making a good living. With both salaries you can pay the plan's $550 monthly premium. So you do.

You have biking accident. Your medical bills are $10,000. No problem. You have insurance. Then you receive an "Explanation of Benefits" (EOB) from your insurance company. You owe $7,000. How did this happen? Likely, you didn't read your policy. If you had, you may have known your deductible was $2,000, and your co-insurance was another $5,000. What's co-insurance, you ask? You don't have $7,000! Now what do you do?

With HomePort, your healthcare plan has a $1,000 deductible and no co-insurance. No surprises. Think about it.

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If you have a family, you now have the responsibility to take care of all your family members. Not just yourself. You need healthcare insurance for everyone. Your employer offers a group plan with a subsidy for you, not for family members. With the subsidy you can afford the monthly cost. But, you can't afford the cost to include your family. Now what?

With HomePort, it is affordable to add family members. Healthcare for all. Think about it.

If you are older, you probably have settled into a stable income. You are 58 and healthy. You looked into healthcare insurance, got a quote for $725. For fun, you also got a quote for a 30 year old. This quote was $225. You asked yourself the question "Why do I have to pay $500 more each month just because I’m a little older?"

With a CHC, we look at your income and your overall health, not so much your age. If you have a good income, you pay slightly more. If you have a lower income, you can receive a subsidy. Think about it.

Summary: With HomePort and CHC, you can have a very affordable and personalized healthcare plan. A plan that is about 50% less than any federal ACA plan. Have a deductible of only $1,000.

Don't go uninsured and risk your credit rating and your life savings. Think about it.