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Individual or group insurance >>

Tye Elliott
Brokers play pertinent role during open enrollment
Article posted by Tye Elliott
With open enrollment around the corner, it’s essential for employees to understand their benefits options so they can choose the right health care plan that best fits their needs. As a trusted advisor, this is a great opportunity to arm your clients with communications best practices to help employees navigate their health insurance choices.

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Health Care Reform >>

Dan McGrath
Why was the Affordable Care Act created?
Article posted by Dan McGrath
As the year known as 2014 comes to a close and the new year of 2015 creeps closer, the subject of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) may start to overtake Americans' conversations as the individual mandate may finally be enforced throughout the country.

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Disability insurance >>

Kelly Moser
Back-to-school basics for insurance professionals
Article posted by Kelly Moser
Despite the fact that I don’t have to head back to school this fall, there are some back-to-school basics that I (try to) never forget.

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Medicare and Medicaid >>

Dan McGrath
Health costs in retirement — how much can they really be?
Article posted by Dan McGrath
As you may be able to tell, health care costs should be a concern and should be planned for, as they just may be more costly than what some financial professionals are projecting, especially if we go by what the federal government and history is telling us.

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Long Term Care >>

Frank N. Darras
The retirement challenge: Using health insurance, life and annuities
Article posted by Frank N. Darras
Retirement is always a challenging stage of life, with insurance just a part of the obstacle course. Future retirees need to really consider health insurance, life insurance, and annuities as part of their future retirement strategy.

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