2. Take Advantage of Group Insurance
When you resign, expect to leave your insurance at the door. Once you start your own business, you will be responsible for your own insurance and payments for premiums will be made under a completely new policy so make sure you take advantage of employee insurance while you have the chance. If you have dental or optical coverage, go ahead and get a routine check up just to make sure everything’s fine. If you’ve been experiencing a bad back all too often, get that inspected as well. Just make sure you get the most out of your insurance while it’s still being paid for by your employer. This way, you save up on future expenses that could be caused by unchecked issues.