Monday, May 13, 2013

Aflac's Real Cost Calculator Can Help your Family Prepare for Medical Emergencies #sponsored


Do you know what your insurance will cover for unexpected medical cost? When was the last time you checked your policy? Once you check, most likely you will be amazed at how much you will have to pay out of pocket. I know that I was amazed when I checked Aflac’s “Real Cost Calculator” to see potential out of pocket expenses. I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Aflac. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating.

Over the past few years we have had unexpected trips to the Emergency Room which resulted in charges I never even thought of were occurring while we were there. These unexpected cost are most likely not even covered by most major medical insurance plans. Have you ever looked into this? As mentioned, I checked Aflac's "Real Cost Calculator" to see what other medical conditions we could go through as a family and see what unexpected out of pocket cost we would have to deal with. 

One of the medical emergencies that could happen to any of us is a broken bone. What I didn't realize was that we could easily get socked with several thousands dollars of bills as well as household expenses related to the accident. I honestly never thought of these expenses and fear trying to figure out how to pay for them. How about you? 
I do know the time to think about this is now and not wait for something to happen to one of us. How about you? From all that I have read, Aflac's insurance  policies deals with every day expenses like this broken bone scenario. Their insurance covers what major medical plans do not cover. I spent some time on their site playing around with their "Real Cost Calculator" to get an idea of what future expenses we might endure. I hope that you will take a few minutes to check this out, too. I need to get prepared, how about you?

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