In today’s episode, Ms. Black talks about ”What is Pet Insurance?”
Insurance is a vital part of our lives, protecting us from the unexpected cost of accidents and illnesses. But did you know that there’s such a thing as pet insurance? That’s right – just like health insurance for people, pet insurance can help to cover the cost of medical care for your furry friend. And with the rising cost of veterinary care, more and more pet owners are turning to pet insurance to help them manage the cost of their furry family member’s health care. So how does it work? Pet insurance works by reimbursing you for a portion of your veterinary bills. Most policies have a deductible that you must pay before the insurance company will start to reimburse you, and there is usually a limit on the amount that the policy will pay out over the course of a year. The average monthly fee for pet insurance is about $30, but this will vary depending on factors such as your pet’s species, age, and location. So if you’re looking for a way to help manage the cost of your pet’s medical care, pet insurance is definitely worth considering!
Brief Background on Host:
Ms. Black, the host of Staying in the Black, is a single mom, homeowner, and public-school educator in NYC. She owns two properties and is one mortgage away from being totally debt-free. She loves traveling the world with her family and has over $500,000 in her retirement accounts beyond her pension.
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