How Eligibility.com is Financed
Let us explain how it works.Updated January 31, 2016
We are committed to answering every question you have about your eligibility for government programs. That means every, single, question. Eligibility.com is 100% free of charge and always will be. We work hard to research each program outlined on our website and keep our information up-to-date each week. By taking the time to make difficult program requirements easier to understand, we hope to save you the hassle.
Eligibility.com aims to be a neutral third party advocate. We are not the government. We are a private company.
Our editorial team will never be influenced by our advertising and financing partners. We believe that providing our website visitors with the best answers and information, regardless of our compensation, is how we will build an enduring, evergreen resource. It is our pledge to you that our editorial content will remain uninfluenced by our financing partners.
Our company is financed through a few channels. While we do not explicitly endorse any products or services, we may be compensated by a partner if you choose to opt-in to learn more about their services. Many people searching for benefits or trying to complete an application may choose to work with a third party, like an insurance agent when seeking information on medicare supplements, for example. Eligibility.com will answer every question you have to the best of our abilities. If you want to go further and speak with an insurance agent, and explicitly tell us that, we will connect you. For that referral, we may be compensated.
We also may run advertising like Google’s AdSense or other affiliate programs on different parts of the website. Those programs may compensate us for clicks, impressions, or referrals generated from Eligibility.com.
That’s how it works. That’s how we keep the lights on. First and foremost, we are here to make these programs easier to understand. And we’ll never ask you to pay a dime.
We believe in transparency, privacy, and your right to get access to the programs we include on Eligibility.com. You shouldn't have to become an expert in every program you have earned a right to participate in, and you should not wonder what our motivation is to help.