In 2018 the average cost of health care in the U.S. was $11,172 per person, and that number is expected to pretty much double by 2027.

Finding the cheapest policy available means you’ll need to shop around and compare rates from multiple insurance companies. That normally takes ages, but thanks to SmartFinancial you can compare quotes online and find the best rate in just three minutes.

How SmartFinancial works

Shopping around for a health insurance policy with SmartFinancial is free and couldn’t be easier.

You just answer a few quick questions about yourself and the type of coverage you’re looking for, and SmartFinancial will sort through over 200 insurance companies to find you the best options available in your area.

They’ll even check for discounts that you might not have known about — for example, you may be able to get a lower rate if you have a gym membership or participate in a wellness program.

Once you have your offers, you just review them and pick the coverage that’s right for you.

Get the right coverage for all your vehicles and pay less. Compare quotes in minutes with Pretected.

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Protect yourself and your family

As the pandemic has shown, anything can happen. It’s never been more important to make sure you and your family are covered in case of an unexpected medical issue.

So stop putting it off and let SmartFinancial find you the best rate on a health insurance policy today.

Compare car insurance and save up to $500 a year

If you haven't compared car insurance recently, you're probably paying too much for your policy. Getting quotes from multiple insurers used to be time-consuming, but today's technology makes it easy.

Using a free site like Pretected is easy and could help you save up to $500 a year on car insurance. In mintues, their "smart matching" system will provide tailor-made quotes from insurers that can meet all of your coverage needs - and your budget.

Stay protected on the road and find more affordable car insurance in minutes with Pretected.

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Shane Murphy

Shane Murphy

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Shane is a reporter for MoneyWise. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English Language & Literature from Western University and is a graduate of the Algonquin College Scriptwriting program.

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