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Save $1,800 by switching health funds | Dollar Saver tip #77

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Save: up to $1,800

Tip overview

Health insurance premiums went up 3.03% this month. Boo. There's nothing to be done about that, but updating your cover can stop you paying too much.

Let's say you've had enough kids, but you're still on a Gold policy. Do you really need it? You might be able to move to a Silver Plus or Bronze Plus policy.

Did you know?

The cheapest Gold policy in Finder's database costs $241 a month. But the average Bronze policy is $91 a month. That could save you $150 a month and $1,800 in a year.

Even adjusting your extras policy to lower coverage could save you hundreds every year.

If you still need your current coverage, it's always worth comparing between funds - one might offer the same cover for less.

Plus, switching deals will often get you a few weeks free!

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