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Health And Happiness: Merging Insurance Policies After The Wedding

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By Mia Bolaris-Forget

Marriage often means more work and more compromise for both parties, but it also means (frequently) means more benefits.

Unless each of you, or one of you, is employed by a fairly small company, you (both) should immediately (after saying “I Do”) be offered the opportunity to include your spouse on your insurance and retirement plan.

If this happens to be one of your, (or your mate’s concerns), its best to “confront” your employer about it as soon as possible. It’s also a good idea for each of you to ask for an information packet so that you can compare and discuss the pros and cons of each plan (before making a final decision).

Once your decision is made, obtain the appropriate paper work, fill it out and turn it in (if possible) prior to your wedding so that everything is in order when your return from your honeymoon.

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