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The Euro 2016 final was a match worth the watch. The title favourite, France, which had been on an offensive mode, lost to Portugal, the underdogs of the tournament. Portugal’s win gives us some very important life lessons, including certain financial insights pertaining especially to insurance.
We all know that health-related situations usually come unannounced and that no matter how well prepared we are, we can never guarantee an illness-/disease-free future. This, along with ever increasing healthcare costs, explains why we shouldn't be taking health insurance lightly. However, more often than not, we end up buying the wrong plan either because it was highly recommended by our relatives and friends or because we chose to blindly follow our advisors. Here are some common mistakes that people often make while choosing a health plan.