Nevada Benefits Insurance Announces End Of Open Enrollment, Prepares for 2020

Nevada Benefits wants local residents to know the end of open enrollment doesn't mean an end to applying for health insurance in 2020.

Las Vegas, United States - January 21, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Las Vegas, NV- Health care in the United States these days is very expensive. A single visit to a doctor may cost several hundred dollars. Due to its expensive nature, a lot of Americans are not able to buy health insurance. Statistics reveal that approximately 30 million people in the US had no health insurance as of 2018.

Without health insurance, patients may have to make out of the pocket expenses which could subject them to costly fees which could include room and doctor’s fees. Finding affordable health insurance is crucial especially with the huge costs one would likely incur in hospitals. If you are looking for affordable health insurance in Nevada, one company worth considering is Nevada Benefits.

Making Health Insurance Affordable

Whether its for individuals or for businesses, Nevada Benefits can tailor their health insurance coverage based on customer’s needs. The company works with the customer to ensure that their interests come first. Knowing that each customer is different, Nevada Benefits gets to know each client in order to provide the best insurance solution.

Whether its for the customer, their families, or their business, Nevada Benefits makes finding health insurance less tricky as possible. For business owners, the company helps business owners find the best package available for their employees. This can help the business customer hire and retain the best talent.

About Nevada Benefits

Nevada Benefits is a local & accessible company that has helped small businesses ad sole proprietors get access to affordable health insurance and provide solid retirement savings. Serving Nevada since 1994, it has become a leading benefits provider in the area.

Nevada Benefits employs English and Spanish speaking staff that assists customers with enrolling for health insurance. To get a free quote, customers can speak to one of their agents at (702)258-1995 or visit their website at https://nevadabenefits.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Nevada Benefits Representative
Email: Send Email
Organization: Nevada Benefits Health Insurance Las Vegas
Address: 9505 Hillwood Dr #100, Las Vegas, NV 89134, United States
Phone: +1-702-258-1995
Website: http://nevadabenefits.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88943679

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