Monthly Archives: January 2017

US remains one of the world’s most expensive housing markets

US remains one of the world’s most expensive housing markets The United States has some of the most expensive cities to own a home for middle-income earners. An annual housing affordability report from Demographia ranks Hong Kong as the most … Continue reading

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At What Age Does Life Insurance Expire?

It really depends on the type of life insurance policy you have. On term life policies they have a guaranteed level premium for a certain period. Most common are 10-20-30 years. The policy does not necessarily expire on the date … Continue reading

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Self-funded medical plans

Why Self-Fund a Medical Plan? Self-funded medical plans can make great sense for employers large and small who are facing escalating premiums as a result of health care reform. Here are just a few of the benefits of self-funding: Cost … Continue reading

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Trump most favorable to insurance industry

Republican Donald Trump is the presidential candidate who would be most agreeable for the insurance industry, according to a survey of insurance professionals conducted by A.M. Best. “On the political front, insurers appear very aware of the ramifications of the … Continue reading

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Close Deals Faster By Slowing Down

With everything you have going on every day, slowing down is probably the last thing on your mind. If you’re like me, you try to get things done quickly, and then move on to the next task, and the next; … Continue reading

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The dangers of freezing water & boilers

As we enter the heart of winter and turn our attention toward cold weather conditions where freezing water can wreak havoc on commercial and residential property, the threat of catastrophic failure to boilers looms large (as seen in Figure 1). … Continue reading

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White House Website Updated for New Administration

If you rolled your eyes at all those “we’re going to die” jokes yesterday, it may have been premature. Now that Donald Trump has officially been sworn in as the 45th President of the United States of America, his campaign … Continue reading

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Trump signs ACA burden relief executive order

President Trump started his presidency by signing an executive order that seeks to minimize any burdens caused by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. In the order, Trump states that the administration is working to have PPACA repealed. “In the … Continue reading

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5 Good Reasons to Have a Broker’s License

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Trump backs ‘simultaneous’ ACA repeal and replacement

President-elect Donald Trump said the Affordable Care Act, which he calls “Obamacare,” should be repealed and replaced “essentially simultaneously,” weighing in on a political debate among Republican lawmakers who are grappling with how to tackle the effort. “It’ll be repeal … Continue reading

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