Buying insurance seems to be one of those deals - I have finally grown up, I guess I need insurance sorts of decisions you make in your life. As it should, but getting life insurance, automobile insurance, homeowner's insurance, or health insurance simply because you think you might need it, without really understanding how much to get or the options you have are a mistake . One of the mistakes that it could cost you now is the overbearing and unnecessary premiums, you pay, or one that could cost you or your loved ones later, when you realize that there is not enough to cover your needs. Is purchasing insurance a wise move today? As you continue to read this article, you decide. These and many other questions need to be answered before you can determine the proper amount of insurance for yourself. What is insurance for? Protection correct! Remember insurance is very complex and with that said, we will discuss three important types of insurances in this article that you must or should have in today's environment: life, home, and auto.
We are writing our blog today - thinking of the people who have been hurt during these last several months both physically and mentally in our great country. But this article will deal with the small business people who have been hurt in Boston, in West Texas, and Hurricane Sandy. Most of these businesses did not have insurance pertaining to disaster (data breaches, cyber/reputation). Neither did most have a said disaster plan, nor a plan for data breach attacks, cyber attacks or reputation/terrorism attacks coverage. Here are some important things that these writers below have shed light upon and we wanted you to be aware of – We would be remiss in our duties not to shed light on these new trends.
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Already the Affordable Care Act has led to better value, better health, and better choices for millions of Americans. Since the first annual open enrollment began on October 1, 2013, more than 8 million people have signed up for coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace. And that doesn’t include the more than 3 million young adults who have gotten coverage through their parents’ health plans, or the millions who have learned they are eligible for Medicaid coverage. These people are enjoying high quality, affordable coverage that can’t discriminate based on a pre-existing condition, or charge women more because of their gender.
Millions of Americans across the country are benefiting from the stronger coverage and consumer protections made possible by the Affordable Care Act: