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What would happen if you weren’t around to support your family?

It’s easy to forget about our need for health, dental and vision insurance until something forces us to think about it, like an annual check-up, an ache or pain, or even an injury or surgery. The start of the new year is a perfect time to take a minute to consider how we’re covered. We all know there are no guarantees in life, but during...

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The upside of short-term insurance

You may never think about how important your healthcare coverage is until you don’t have it. Young adults who have aged off their parents’ plan, people going through divorce, people switching jobs, early retirees, and anyone who missed the ACA enrollment period may find themselves without the benefit of health insurance. But there’s no...

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HealthMarkets Insurance Agency offers small group insurance for employers with two employees up to 50

Providing insurance coverage for employees can take a bite out of earnings. Your pocket or theirs, someone is going to feel the pinch. But offering health benefits can help you to attract and retain talent, keeping you more competitive in the marketplace. HealthMarkets Insurance Agency offers small group insurance for employers with as few as...

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Can you save with short-term health coverage?

What happens when you’ve retired or left your job but are too young to go on Medicare? For many people, this is the time when finding an affordable healthcare option comes into play. The good news is there is a way to maintain your health coverage. For many people, short-term insurance can be a perfect solution. Previously only available...

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Starting in 2020, Medicare plans F and C will no longer be available for new enrollees

There are changes happening with Medicare Supplement Insurance plans that are worth taking a closer look at. Medicare Supplemental plans work alongside Original Medicare to help fill in the gaps for costs that Original Medicare doesn’t cover. These plans are standardized with letters A-N, and the cost varies by carrier and benefit level...

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