Greater Nevada Credit Union
Along with the wonderful sounds of sleigh bells and Christmas carols, every winter we can expect to hear the sneezing, coughing and fever producing sickness that is known as the flu. Running typically from October to April, flu season is by far my least favorite season of the year.
It’s been three years since my last flu episode (knock on wood), but I can still remember the 10 days of nausea and weakness that made me absolutely miserable. Getting the flu is never fun and when you aren’t prepared for it, sometimes it can turn into a financial stress, too. With a 20% chance of getting the flu
, it is important to find out the impact it can have on your wallet and what steps you can take to avoid it: