Archive for the ‘Supplemental Insurance’ Category

What’s the Point of Accident Insurance?

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Quick: What would be the most likely cause of you reaching your out-of-pocket max on your health insurance this year?

So maybe the title of the article gives it away! But think about it.

For people who are generally healthy, an accident of some sort would be the most likely cause of reaching a health insurance deductible. …

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Is Vision Insurance Included in Obamacare?

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Vision insurance for adults is not a mandated coverage, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find it in your health insurance plan. Here are two ways you can get individual or family vision coverage:

1. BlueChoice HealthPlan coverage includes vision coverage for adults.

If you live in South Carolina, you can get vision coverage in your health …

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How a Small Business Can Pay for Maternity Leave

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It’s difficult for a small business to pay an employee who is not there for six weeks.

But when an employee has a baby, giving her the time off is the right thing to do. There’s one way that you can cover that expense:

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Disability Solutions for Every Budget

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In the time it takes you to read this sentence, someone will suffer a disabling injury.

Maybe more than one person. The stats are what they are:

 

The question is: What if it happened to you?

Of course it won’t, you know. It never does happen… but… what if it did? What would you do?

Not all of these …

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Video: How accident insurance works and how it can save you money

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Fortunately nothing went wrong at Field Day (apart from a little rope burn on the hands from tug-of-war).

If your kids are active in sports or just in the backyard, you’ve seen your fair share of bumps and bruises. Sometimes, though, bumps and bruises can become breaks and sprains and that sort of thing. And that can …

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How to Drop Group Health Insurance with Minimal Disruption

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A lot of small businesses are dropping their health insurance plans. 
If you are among them, or if you are considering joining them, you need to think through the transition very carefully.

Here are a few questions you should ask:

1. What is our exit strategy?

2. How are you communicating the change, and the reasons for the change, to …

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A better alternative to the AWA GAP Basic Plan

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I’m sure they’d love to keep your business.

But if you bought a supplemental plan called the GAP Basic plan through Homeland Healthcare and the Affiliated Workers Alliance, you’ve received a couple of notices (most recently today) that your current plan is being terminated.

They would love to have you switch to a more profitable different plan, …

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Introducing our “Nobamacare” Plan

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If you chose not to enroll in Obamacare, you’re not alone.

We’re not being political about this, but the statistics are clear — there are a lot of people who did not sign up. Some people probably just forgot. Others stayed away on principle. Of course, some just couldn’t afford it.

We want you to know there …

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AWA Gap Basic Plans Are Being Canceled. Here’s What You Should Do.

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The Affiliated Workers Association is notifying members that it’s GAP Basic plan is being canceled effective June 14.

The GAP Basic plan was a really nifty little plan that we sold to a number of our clients for a couple of months in 2013 before it was abruptly removed from the market. At that time we …

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