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  Jeff Janosick Health Insurance Consultant National Producer Number | 10935898Phone: 1-800-750-6530 | Direct: 1-859-414-0945 | Fax: 1-800-750-6530www.YourHealthInsuranceExpert.com  | www.GetMeEnrolled.com  |  My Facebook page    ...
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37% of parents with children under 18 have no life insurance, survey finds Published 07/08/2015 More than a third (37%) of parents with children younger than 18 do not have life insurance, according to a new study from Bankrate.com. And about one-third of the parents who do have life insurance have no more than $100,000 of protection. While about 6 in 10 Americans say they own life insurance, nearly half of them have insufficient coverage to address the financial needs of their family if they were to die, according to the latest Bankrate Money Pulse Survey. “You look at this and say, ‘Boy, there are a lot of families out there that a...
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  I help individuals & families sort through their options when purchasing health insurance. There are many factors to review such as monthly premium, provider network, drug coverage, and how your coverage could impact your income taxes. I have helped literally thousands of applicants through this process gaining many referrals from my customers. As an independent health insurance representative I am able to recommend coverage though almost any insurance company without bias. I want to make the process of shopping for health insurance simple and painless for you.  By working with me, you will get many benefits ...   ...
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Your clients in the states of AL, AR, FL, GA, IL, IN, MO, MS, NE, OH, PA, TN, TX, WI, and WV can keep their current UnitedHealthOneSM plan benefits without further Affordable Care Act (ACA) changes through September 30, 2017. In March of this year, President Obama announced a second extension of the date when additional ACA requirements must be included in all health plans. This extension, known as "transitional relief," applies to non-grandfathered health plans. (Customers with grandfathered plans are able to keep their coverage without ACA changes indefinitely.) Some states will experience a different time frame for tra...
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