Las Vegas


 

One of the largest tourism and gambling cities in the world, Las Vegas actually does have a considerable amount of year-round residents. It might seem hard to believe with the amount of vacation, convention, and event-goer traffic, but the population is roughly 500,000 in the city limits and 1.6 million in the entire metropolitan area. Since there are no city or state taxes, and hotels and casinos are constantly creating new job opportunities, this neon landmark is gaining new residents constantly. The economy is stable, as one would imagine. With an endless stream of entertainment and more hotel rooms than any other city in the world, Las Vegas is never starved for business. Festivals, concerts, conventions, and events of all sorts bring the world together in this flashy melting pot of lively indulgence.

Besides an outing to the Strip, there are a variety of ways to get recreation in the Las Vegas area. For outdoor enthusiasts, Red Rock Canyon is a few hours west of the city, and has ample opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, rock climbinh, and camping in its nearly 200,000 acres of staggering natural beauty. There are also trails in Lake Mead National Recreation Area for hiking and access to water sports of any kind. So when the blackjack table stool starts to feel too comfortable, there’s plenty of nature available to keep busy and provide residents with a less artificial backdrop.

If you are a resident of Las Vegas in search of a great health insurance plan, there are several options to choose from. To get a relevant quote for your age, family size (if applicable), and price range, enter your zip code below:


 

For a better understanding of what health insurance options are available in Las Vegas, a quote has been created for a sample client who is a 25 year old, male, non-smoker who lives in Las Vegas. This client is in good health and utilizes the opportunities to be active in Las Vegas, and they also do not want to spend very much when they commit to a health insurance plan.

Since the client does not expect to need many medical services throughout the year, and has no known conditions, takes no medications, he is looking for a plan that is simple and inexpensive with a low deductible. There are several options, such as a PPO, deductible, and HSA. The choice depends on whether the client wants a variety of options, a safety net in case of emergency, or saving funds for future medical use.Below are the plans with the greatest savings from each company available in Las Vegas:

 

 

Sources:

1. CityTownInfo.com. “Las Vegas, NV”.¬†http://www.citytowninfo.com/places/nevada/las-vegas