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Millennials are those who were born between the years 1981 and 1996. Generally, they are seen as more “entitled” (not necessarily true!) and incredibly tech-savvy. One other aspect of life that Millennials are known for are their slower starts to life, meaning, they tend to start “adulting” later on in life than in generations before (marriage, children, college, etc.). According to the Pew Research Center, “As is well documented, many of Millennials’ life choices, future earnings and entrance to adulthood have been shaped by this recession in a way that may not be the case for their younger counterparts. The long-term effects of this “slow start” for Millennials will be a factor in American society for decades.”
One aspect to growing up and having responsibility is purchasing a car and therefore automobile insurance. However, for many millennials, the question of its
It is difficult to make any progress in life when you continually are blindsided by unexpected heath care expenses. For this reason, a growing number of Americans are taking advantage of the latest regulations and offerings put in place with the Affordable Care Act to make sure that they have their own health insurance. By contributing a monthly fee, more and more families are able to manage their health care expenses with the use of insurance.
And while there are many Americans who are getting their health insurance from their employers, there are many Americans who need to find affordable access to health insurance so that they can protect themselves from unexpected health care expenses. Continue Reading No Comments