Shockwave Premium Increases Predicted for 2016

We can expect the other shoe to drop regarding premium increases for health insurance policies as a result of ObamaCare later this year.  In two recent articles by The Wall

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Reflections On Memorial Day

On this Memorial Day, I thought it was appropriate to reflect on the commencement address by Ryan Pitts, a U.S. Army Medal of Honor recipient who deployed twice to the

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Self-Funded vs. Fully Insured

Healthcare for employees and dependents–that thing that actually drives the cost of health insurance–does not span nice, neat 12-month increments. At the end of the 12-month period, the employer doesn't

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Now That Open Enrollment Is Over, Can I Still Buy Health Insurance?

Millions of Americans think they cannot get health insurance if they missed the extended open enrollment period that closed on April 30.  Actually, that’s not true.  There are a number

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You Have A Second Chance for ObamaCare Health Insurance

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has just announced a special enrollment period beginning on March 15th and continuing through April 30th.  Here is how you qualify: You

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Open Enrollment For ObamaCare Is Closed—That Means You Can’t Get Health Insurance, Right? WRONG!

So you are on vacation, taking a long winter’s nap or just not paying attention to the fact that you are now required by law to buy health insurance.  And,

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Open Enrollment Isn’t Over—You Have Until February 15th To Sign Up For ObamaCare

There’s a lot of confusion with people thinking they can’t purchase health insurance on or off the Exchange after January 1st.  That’s not true.  You can enroll in health insurance

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Thoughts For A Christmas Season

It is the Christmas season, but it’s hard to tell when you turn on the news and see all the discontent, civil unrest and angry people in the streets around

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Here Comes Open Enrollment for ObamaCare

November 15th marks the second open enrollment period for ObamaCare on and off the health insurance exchanges.  Here are some things you need to know that aren’t on the HealthCare.gov

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Open Enrollment For Medicare Is Just Around The Corner

October 15th marks the beginning of Medicare’s open enrollment process for Medicare Advantage plans like Coventry Advantra, Humana and UnitedHealthcare AARP.  This open enrollment period also applies to Part D stand-alone

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