You have to choose between paying for the insurance you have and keeping it.

It’s the most difficult choice you can make, but it’s the one that’s the best way to protect yourself from health problems.

The good news is there are simple steps you can take right now to ensure your health is protected.

How can you save money if you’re sick?

Health insurance companies and employers will often offer discounts on your premiums.

If you’re a small business or employer, you can use the discount to reduce your health coverage.

But many people don’t have the funds to do this.

How much do insurance companies charge for health insurance?

Your insurer will typically charge you a small flat rate, usually based on your age, gender, and other factors.

This will usually be around the same amount as the cost of the insurance.

For instance, an older person would pay around £30 per month for their own insurance and an older couple £40 per month.

But, with the cost for older people and people with higher incomes, this will drop to around £18 per month, or £2.50 less than the cost.

What if you don’t pay for your own insurance?

If you don´t have enough money to pay for it yourself, then your insurer may offer you a discount to cover your premiums through the employer.

This can often be done through a pay-as-you-go (PAYG) scheme.

This means your premiums are charged at the end of the month and you pay no additional charges to the insurance company, or you pay a lump sum to cover the cost when you return to work.

If your insurer does offer a pay as you go scheme, then you can choose to buy a different policy.

However, this is usually cheaper than paying your premiums directly from your insurer, and you may not be able to do so for longer.

What can I do if I’m sick?

If your symptoms or health problems make it impossible for you to work or do your job, you should consider having someone else pay for medical treatment, particularly if you have a serious illness.

You may be able go into a private hospital for medical help, and if you need help to get home from work, you may be offered help to pay your mortgage, rent or other bills.

This could help your financial situation, and make you feel more comfortable and secure.

What about if I get a diagnosis that isn’t related to my illness?

If an underlying medical condition makes it more difficult for you or someone you know to work, it could affect your ability to work and your pay.

For example, if you are having a heart condition that affects your heart rhythm, or have a high cholesterol level that can be caused by eating too much or exercising too much, you might find it harder to work because you can’t walk.

If this is the case, your insurer might consider offering you a private health insurance scheme, which may reduce the amount you pay.

But it’s important that you can work at least part-time to get enough income to cover these costs.

If the problem is related to a condition that’s not related to your illness, you could be able use a workfare scheme or work from home.

This might help you to avoid work-related expenses such as gas, car costs, groceries, or rent.

How do I know if I have an underlying health condition?

If the underlying medical conditions aren’t related, you won’t be able work or pay for healthcare.

However the conditions will need to be diagnosed and treated, and there may be a cost involved.

You could have to go into private hospital or receive specialist treatment.

What is an underlying condition?

An underlying medical problem is a medical condition that isn´t caused by your illness.

It might be a serious condition such as a heart attack or stroke, or something that isnít related to you.

You might also have a mild condition, such as fatigue, or a moderate condition, like anxiety.

These conditions can affect your health in different ways.

They can: slow your breathing and cause you to feel faint or dizzy