Between skyrocketing insurance premiums and insurance that just doesn't offer enough coverage, Americans are struggling. Did you know that medical debt is the number one source of personal bankruptcy filings in the U.S.? Unfortunately this is true. That's why our sponsor, Medi-Share, wants you to know about its Christian based alternative to healthcare.
Have you ever shopped online or searched for a specific service, then noticed ads for that product popping up around the web? You might wonder how that could be, and may have even noticed some of these ads on my site. Here's what's causing these ads to show up, and what you can do about them.
For most people, conversations about our health only come up when something is wrong. Otherwise, insurance is something we understand to be very expensive and hope to never use. Unfortunately there are times where we need it, which is where the problems with the healthcare industry become a real issue. Finding the right plan can be difficult and even if you do, the costs of necessary care can be devastatingly high. Health troubles often lead people to seek help, with church being one of the best places to turn to.
Health insurance premiums keep climbing while coverage seems to be stagnant or even less than before. It's getting so bad it's causing people to look for alternative solutions. There's one place that we can always turn to in times of need. Of course I'm talking about church.
Dealing with a malfunctioning computer is extremely frustrating. A number of issues, such as a virus or spyware, could lead to your computer running ridiculously slow or have it locked up altogether. If you're not a computer technician, you most likely would take a problematic PC to a repair center to get it diagnosed. However, lugging around your equipment to your tech guy is oftentimes inconvenient and quite a hassle.
As a reader of my newsletters, you are probably well aware of the many risks of going online, but what can be even riskier is using public Wi-Fi to connect to the internet. It can open the gates to hackers who may try to steal your information, or worse, your identity if you’re not careful.
Tech support fraud is surging. The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) says it received around 11,000 complaints related to tech support fraud in 2017 with claimed losses nearing $15 million. Tech support scams can sneak in under many different guises, from a hijacked computer browser to a phone call or an email.
As families across the country search for quality health care that doesn't break the bank, many are looking to health care sharing ministries as an alternative to Obamacare. Health care sharing ministries like our sponsor Medi-Share offer an affordable option for families struggling to stay afloat.