Happy Days Are Here Again: Medicare Open Enrollment Begins October 15

It’s almost that happy time again for those of us who are chronologically challenged.  October 15 begins that golden period of open enrollment for Medicare Advantage plans across the country. 

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What the 2016 Election Means to Your Health Insurance–Part 1–Democrats

On November 8, we go to the polls to vote for a new president.  Will it be Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump?  And what will happen to ObamaCare when either

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Start Saving With An HSA

When you are thinking about which insurance plan to enroll in this year, you should consider a Health Savings Account (HSA) compatible plan.  Health savings accounts allow you to contribute

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2016 Obamacare Updates for Employers and Individuals

Here are the 2016 Obamacare updates that you need to be aware of if you’re offering benefits to your employees.  If you’re an employer with a fully-insured plan, you can

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Open Enrollment for ObamaCare/ACA Runs Through January 31. You Can Still Get Coverage Now!

November begins the open enrollment season for ObamaCare under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).  That means you have from November 1 to January 31 to sign up for a health

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Open Enrollment For ObamaCare Begins Now

November begins the open enrollment season for ObamaCare under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).  That means you have from November 1 to January 31 to sign up for a health

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Happy Days Are Here Again: Medicare Open Enrollment Begins October 15

It’s almost that happy time again for those of us who are chronologically challenged.  October 15 begins that golden period of open enrollment for Medicare Advantage plans across the country. 

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ObamaCare News for Employers

As the Affordable Care Act/ObamaCare dials in, the realities of more reporting, taxes and fines for employers who do not comply are starting to manifest.  With new fines ranging from

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Cadillac Tax Coming Down the Road

As The Kiplinger Letter so aptly states, the Cadillac tax may soon turn into the Chevy tax.  The 40 percent excise levy starts in 2018 for insurance premiums above $10,200

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Long Term Care: 70 Percent Of Us Over Age 50 Will Need It And Less Than 10 Percent Actually Have It

70 percent of people over age 50 will need nursing home, assisted living or in-home care at some point in their lives.  The cost for these services can be devastating

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