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When can you change or enroll your Health Plan? (Medicare or Marketplace)

Are you enrolled in a Medicare plan and want to change it? Not sure if you can enroll in a Health Insurance Marketplace plan through the Affordable Care Act for the first time? Wanting to change your health insurance coverage? This Flow chart can help you know if you can do it now. We made this flowchart to simplify

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How old should I be before I let my Life Insurance Policy lapse?

Should I be covered until I’m 70? 80? What about 90? This is a common question I get asked, and to be truthful, there is not a single answer that is right for everyone. In general, especially for “men” (because of life expectancy) I like to TARGET having and paying insurance to extend to age 85! This is of

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Why Young Adults Should Tackle Estate Planning (and How to Do It)

Why Young Adults Should Tackle Estate Planning (and How to Do It) In your 20s and 30s, estate planning might not be among your top priorities. After all, if you have kids, are building your career, and/or already feel like you have more responsibilities than you can handle, it can be difficult to imagine adding one more thing to

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Why Health Insurance just got way cheaper

The substantial drop in Health Insurance Premiums, explained. When the American Rescue bill passed in March 2021, you might have gotten a stimulus check for $1,400.  You probably thought that was the best and last thing you were going to get from this massive bill. You would be wrong if you get Health Insurance through the Marketplace right now,

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Getting Health Insurance for the first time, with Dan Jung

Dan Jung has been working in Health Insurance in St. Louis for the past 20 years. He explains the approach he takes when helping someone get Health Insurance for the first time. Whether you just turned 26, lost you coverage from a job, or got married, his approach to your Health Insurance is similar: putting himself in your shoes.

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The Second Open Enrollment Period explained

If you're not in the mood to watch a video, here's a quick summary:  This Enrollment Period will run from February 15 to May 15, 2021 The Plans available are not different from the plans in the last normal Open Enrollment If your old ACA Health plan changed on you, this gives you the choice to update & improve

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2021-06-10T21:27:23+00:00February 3rd, 2021|Categories: Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), Blog, Enrollment, Health Insurance|

How Healthcare Subsidies, Income, and Taxes work together

They say only two things in Life are certain: Death and Taxes. Today we get to talk about how the Healthcare you have to prevent the First certainty affects the Second. Fun Stuff. So, I’ll try to keep this as brief and interesting as it can be. When you sign up for Healthcare in the Marketplace, you (or your

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The Insurance Plan 95% of Small Business Should Have Right Now

Let’s get down to it. ‘MEWA’, or the ‘Multiple Employer Welfare Arrangement’ is our most recommended health plan for a Small Business in Missouri. If your small business has 2-50 employees, this health insurance plan is almost always the best for you (with a few exceptions which I will cover below). I haven't seen lower rates than MEWA's in this

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2021-11-11T22:52:07+00:00December 23rd, 2020|Categories: Blog, Small Business|Tags: , , , |
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