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Avoid These Mistakes When Budgeting For Health Your Expenses

Mental Health At Work: What Every Team Leader Should Know

3. Not tracking past medical expenses Keeping a record of your past years medical expenses is a great way to predict what youll face in the coming year and how to prepare for it. If youre a seasoned budget-keeper, you already know some of the basics. Still, health costs run the gamut from aspirin to lab tests to insurance premiums, so even the most diligent consumers can leave out some details. This portion of your medical budget is for recurrent costs like insurance premiums, copays and prescription costs, since your emergency fund is for rare events. Once you have a tally of your previous years expenses, use it as a jumping off point for how much to budget this year. Be sure to budget carefully for any additional planned procedures in the coming year, such as a hip or knee replacement or pregnancy. <br> Avoid these mistakes when budgeting for health your expenses

There is too much emphasis on using absence as the trigger point, and again, its important to get leaders to set the tone. The comparison with physical health is a very valid one. If you had set out to do a marathon, training for 11 or 12 hours, day after day, would not be the right thing to do! We all know that rest is a critical part of training but we dont have the same attitude to mental health. We forget that rest is as important for mental health as for physical. <br> Mental Health At Work: What Every Team Leader Should Know

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