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July 16, 2019
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Feb 19, 2019
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Health benefits? Unemployed? Job NO benefits? Lay-off? High Premiums?

What does it mean to work in a job without benefits?

Meaning this: flexible jobs, and remote jobs in particular, arenít always traditional full-time gigs. Alternatively:

- You could have a full-time job at a company with less than 50 employees, such as a remote position at a startup.
- You might be a contract worker who agrees to work on a certain project. Maybe you still work, say, 38 hours a week and earn a full-time income, but in this situation, your employer might not be responsible for providing benefits.
- You might also own your own company, in which case, youíre the boss, boss! Youíre self-employed, and that means youíre responsible for your own benefits.
- Or you could be a freelancer working on a lot of different projects. Just like the the business owner, youíre self-employed and covering your own benefits.
- And you could always end up working part-time in a remote job. Just like your after-school job in college, part-time work probably doesnít come with benefits.

Quite often, a flexible job doesnít just get you a change of scenery. Many flexible positions look a lot different on paper too. The employment contract that you sign might be different, if you even sign a contract at all. The way I see it, you trade in some of that security blanket for the freedom and flexibility that comes with remote work.

Even if you have health benefits, are you tired of paying high premiums, and struggling to understand what your insurance pays and does not pay? There are better options out there. Drop me an email or call me at 303-647-5010 and let me know your situation and we can show what options are available.

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