Regular Customer Check-In Uncovers Major Benefits
Keith Ahrenholtz, a 57-year-old crop and hobby hog farmer, might as well just go ahead and invest in a tuxedo. Why the unlikely wardrobe choice? Well, Keith has a lot of celebrating to do in the coming year–four of his five children are engaged to be married.
“And three of them are girls!” Keith said.
It is indeed going to be a busy, fun (and expensive!) year for Keith and his family.
But, family weddings are not the only reason Keith has to celebrate. He is also a cancer survivor.
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Arlen Beckman of Cedar Falls, Iowa, is a devoted husband, father of three and grandfather to seven. Now retired, Arlen still works occasional shifts as an independent contractor for the FedEx business he started, now run by his son. Family is everything to Arlen. And, now that he is retired (well, semi-retired), he spends most of his time on his acreage with his grandchildren driving four-wheelers, snowmobiling and enjoying time together.
A Close Call
Both Megan and Casey have health insurance through their employers, so the majority of the costs for the injury were covered, but they were still responsible for just over $800 in costs. That type of medical expense for a young family with two kids can really throw a household budget off for a couple months.
A Big-Picture Approach to Insurance
Kim Hames and her husband Steve are like many young families. They have been married four years and have two lovely little ones—3-year-old Corbin and 1-year-old Nora.
With the rapidly changing and evolving health insurance landscape, the Hames family has opted to look above and beyond traditional health insurance as part of a bigger picture approach to their insurance situation.
Coverage and Care When It Counts
Little did Angela Thomsen know that just weeks after purchasing an accident and hospital indemnity supplemental insurance policy marketed by Platinum Supplemental Insurance, she would be taking a trip to the emergency room with her 2-year-old James.