The governor’s to-do items listed below were included in the final versions of the following bills: SB 242, HB 1230, HB 1315 and HB 1316.
Millennials carry the label of “job hoppers”, but like most generational labels, they’re hardly accurate. Indianapolis sales agent Jennifer Revell, a Gen-Xer who graduated college in the mid 90’s, is proof. “I was maybe ahead of my time,” she says. “A lot of people my age went to work for a company and stayed there […]
A retirement turned resignation, House race ratings, and the future of the Democratic Party in this week’s roundup!
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Among the firefighters, police officers, doctors, attorneys, and computer scientists that populate the imagination of young people, insurance is nowhere to be found. As Jennifer Mitchen learned, “No one goes into insurance because it’s glamorous or exciting.”
INDIANAPOLIS – National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU) President, Mike Embry will speak to Indianapolis Association of Health Underwriters (IAHU) members in October.
We have already identified several NAHU members that have experienced total personal and business losses and are currently displaced.
During this legislative debate, we need to stress to members of Congress how vital it is to preserve the employer tax exclusion so that the government does not increase the tax burden on consumers and employers.
Take Action On May 4, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 1628, the American Health Care Act (AHCA), a reconciliation bill to repeal and replace portions of the ACA. It will now be considered by the Senate, where it is expected to be significantly altered, including possibly addressing two critical NAHU policy priorities…
On March 5, 2014, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a bulletin providing for a two-year extension that would allow insurers to renew existing non-grandfathered policies that do not comply with all requirements of the Affordable Care Act (hereinafter “transitional policies”).