Saturday, December 3, 2011

How To Build A Medical Savings Fund

As the weather turns towards cooler temperatures, pharmacies are offering flue shots without appointment in anticipation of the flu season. Digital signs flashing, “Get the shot before the BUG gets you!” are not unusual to see. Reminders like these are helpful and, even, beneficial to those looking to stay on top of sickness this season; especially, if the vaccination is administrated freely where you live. However, staying ahead of other ailments isn’t always as easy to accomplish or heal from if you’re someone who is on a limited budget and doesn’t receive free medical treatments or possess medical insurance.
Being able bodied and in good health is a vital part of life which permits people to work, play, and enjoy life to the fullest. And most people would agree that there is nothing more important than loving life; for, loving life is something that no one ever regrets. So, how do you get to the place where you can stay healthy and enjoy life in the absence of medical coverage? Well besides the natural steps of eating well, getting enough sleep, and avoiding stress, it might be a good idea to set up an emergency fund for hospital and doctor appointment co-pays and bills.
If acquiring an additional job of some kind for supplemental income doesn’t work for your schedule or your lifestyle, you might want to look to sell your raw land for the cash that you need to build the savings that you want. Raw land is easily defined as undeveloped land in its natural state that ranges from vacant lots to hunting grounds to oceanfront parcels. The most traditional, but often least profitable and most time consuming way to sell your raw land is to sell it on the Multiple Listing System (MLS) via a real estate agent. However, the fastest way to profit when you sell your raw land is to sell to a private land investor.
Private land investors close on the purchase of raw land within seven days. They typically buy land at 5% to 25% of the fair market value of a parcel and pay in cash. Additionally, they pay all closing costs, all liens, and all back taxes owed on the property. So, cashing in on something that you own for the life that you want to live is easy and stress free!

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