While UBER is a brilliant business model, there is a major insurance glitch, which is most personal automobile policies specifically exclude the use of the personal automobile for commercial purposes: (i.e. “operating a public or livery conveyance”). Therefore, TNC ridesharing Drivers are not covered by their own personal automobile policies while driving for hire. Therefore, […]
NAHU has announced that support from the Healthcare.gov Agent Broker Call Center is now fully operational Interested parties can start seeking assistance from the call center starting immediately.
The Supreme Court of the United States has just released their opinion in the King v. Burwell case concerning a provision in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and ruled that subsidies will continue to be available in all states, not just those with state-based exchanges. The vote was 6-3.
“The problem with that is if they just do that automatically they are going to get the same subsidy as last year,” explained Patton. “All 50 of them will get a large subsidy due to inflation and some other things, but all of them are going to have to go back to the marketplace to […]
CMS is going to be able to implement a find an agent feature on healthcare.gov not only for the federal SHOP exchange, but also in the INDIVIDUAL market FFM for all consumers.
Renaissance Dental is seeking a full-time Entry-Level Underwriter working with dental terminology, dental benefits, risk assessment, underwriting guidelines, contract language and the underwriting process and procedures.
Despite new laws allowing young adults to stay on their parent’s insurance until the age of 26 and 3 million people taking advantage of that, there’s been just a slight uptick in the number of young people going to the doctor.
The Transitional Reinsurance Program announces availability of TRP annual enrollment and contributions submission form.
Gov. Mike Pence spoke with President Barack Obama during a recent visit to Evansville, Ind., and it wasn’t a customary greeting on the tarmac.
Indiana is going from 3 carriers and 278 plans to 9 carriers and 975 plans, but rates are expected to go up 3 to 5%.