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Tips for financial well-being

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For many people, financial stress can be a top concern. And it can have an impact on many aspects of your life, including your physical health, emotional well-being and even your relationships. Having control of your money can help relieve some of that worry.

One way to get started on a path to better financial health is to look at your spending habits and find ways to save. Start by asking yourself a few simple questions such as:

  • Do I comparison shop?
  • Do I buy what I need or what I want?
  • Are there ways I can cut back?

Track your spending for a month or two and look for ways you can make changes to save. The sooner you start, the sooner your savings will add up, so don’t wait.

Your Aetna plan offers built-in plan discounts with no referrals, claims or limits. Your family can use them, too. To get started, log in at Aetna.com.

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DISCOUNT OFFERS ARE NOT INSURANCE. They are not benefits under your insurance plan. You get access to discounts off the regular charge on products and services offered by third-party vendors and providers. Aetna makes no payment to the third parties — you are responsible for the full cost. Check any insurance plan benefits you have before using these discount offers, as those benefits may give you lower costs than these discounts. Discount vendors and providers are not agents of Aetna and are solely responsible for the products and services they provide. If you have questions about any of the discounts, call the number on the back of your ID card. For HMO members, any complaints about these discount offers may be submitted using the process described in your Evidence of Coverage.
Aetna is the brand name used for products and services provided by one or more of the Aetna group of subsidiary companies, including Aetna Life Insurance Company and its affiliates (Aetna). This material provides a general overview of the topic. Information is not meant to replace the advice of tax, financial or legal advisors. For more information about Aetna plans, refer to Aetna.com.