Working PRN and buying your own insurance? - page 2
Just wondering if anyone has ever worked prn and bought their own insurance giving them more flexablity in where and when they work?... Read More
0Jun 22, '13 by BubblesQuote from Lucky724If she was asking about liability insurance I would definitely recommend nurses have their own policy and not just rely on the employer's coverage. It is not expensive and it is a tax deductible expense.If you mean health insurance, yes, years ago. I shopped around, found a policy w/a high deductible and it worked well for me. I am healthy, take no medications so the high deductible kept the monthly cost low. I deducted the monthly premiums from my taxes. Did this for about a yr until my spouses insurance kicked in at his new job.
If you mean liability nursing insurance, I have never carried this unless I was required to for a job which has been rare.
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0Jun 23, '13 by Havin' A Party!Quote from BubblesAgree.If she was asking about liability insurance I would definitely recommend nurses have their own policy and not just rely on the employer's coverage...
But this topic was exhaustively discussed / debated several years ago. Recommend anyone interested to do a site search and read away to their heart's content.