Category: Health Insurance

The AIS Life Cycle: The Different Types of Insurance People Need in a Lifetime

When people ask why it’s better to work through an agency as opposed to going directly to an insurance company, the main reason is the fact that people need different types of insurance at different stages in their lives. A

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Spring Break Road Trip: What You Need to Know Before You Pack

Spring break comes at different times for different colleges. Usually, it takes place anytime between early and late March. This year, the most popular destinations are still the same old favorites: Texas, Mexico, Florida, Las Vegas, New Orleans and California.

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Are You Confused About Open Enrollment for Health Insurance?

We all know that having health insurance is required by law. If we don’t have it, we are fined hefty fines come tax season. For those of us looking to buy a health plan that fits our lifestyle and budget,

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Expert Interview Series: Hugh Purvis of rcmd.com on Using Insurance for Asset Protection

Hugh Purvis is a client executive for the Private Client Group at RCM&D, where he partners with individuals and organizations to effectively manage their risk profiles and protect their assets. Asset protection is very important to this demographic, so he discusses

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Expert Interview: Erik Raper on Protecting Personal Information in the Digital Age

Erik Raper is senior vice president at Paragon Solutions, a leading advisory consulting and systems integration firm. Here, he discusses digital trends and how insurance companies are attempting to improve customer experience. He also gives advice on how to keep personal information safe when

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Expert Interview Series: Santanu Debnath of MyDailyLifeTips.com on Insurance Life Hacks

Santanu Debnath is a passionate blogger who loves to write about personal finance and insurance @MoneyGyaan.com and everyday life hacks @MyDailyLifeTips.com. You wrote a blog post recently on mydailylifetips.com about term life insurance and why it’s a good choice. What

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Expert Interview Series: Steve Bordley, of TrekDesk Treadmill Desk, on Staying Active at Work

  Steve Bordley is the CEO of TrekDesk treadmill desk, where he oversees the company’s international infrastructure, and takes an active role in promoting the health benefits of active workspaces. We recently checked in with him to learn more about

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What Millennials Need to Know About Insurance

You’re young and in good health — do you still need insurance? The answer is yes, but, as Money magazine recently reported, about 25 percent of people between the ages of 18 and 29, the so-called “millennial” generation, are going

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The Lowdown on Flu Shots and Other Vaccines

Cooler weather brings many anticipated activities, like skiing, snow ball fights and nights in front of crackling fires. However, it also brings the onset of cold and flu season, which puts many people out of commission. While colds and flu

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5 Tips for Setting Up a California Health Insurance Plan

Health Insurance in California – What You Should Know Obtaining health insurance can be a thorny, complicated job, even when you’re getting it on a group plan, through work. Not everybody, however, has that advantage. If you’re buying health insurance

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