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How to Select Health Insurance If You Travel Frequently

shutterstock By Lacie Glover Of the factors to consider when choosing health insurance, your lifestyle is one of the most important. For the modern-day explorer or business road warrior, your frequent travel should be top of mind. Learning about new cultures and unexpected adventures are part of the thrill of travel, but they also come with risks. Show More Summary

Hedge Fund Starts Property Vehicle With a Social Purpose

The Cheyne Social Property Impact Fund plans to buy property that it will then rent to organizations that deliver services like affordable housing, aid for the elderly or care through the National Health Insurance.

You Have To Watch Salt-N-Pepa Telling Random People To Push It In This Commercial For Car Insurance!

Salt-N-Pepa's here, Salt-N-Pepa's here, Salt-N-Pepa's here… …to sell you car insurance. [ Video: Woman Perfectly Rapping Salt-N-Pepa To Herself Shocked To Find Her Hubby Secretly Filming Her! Adorable On So Many Levels! ] The rappers are back to tell people to Push It once again! Only instead of a music video, this is a Geico commercial. See the girls [...]

Many agents still waiting to be paid for Covered California enrollments

10 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

California's health exchange is leaning on insurance agents to enroll thousands of people in Obamacare coverage. Trouble is, some agents haven't been paid for months.

1 Million Applied for Health Insurance in Federal Marketplace in First Week of Enrollment

The applications at the start of the three-month enrollment period showed that in contrast to initial problems last year, HealthCare.gov was working.

Nearly half a million people signed up on Healthcare.gov in first week

13 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

The administration is reporting that 462,125 people selected health insurance plans on the federal exchange, Healthcare.gov, in the first week of open enrollment. Nearly half—48 percent—were new customers, buying plans for the first time. Show More Summary

Portal that has its sights set on Zillow acquires Title365 for $36 million

In another step in its quest  to build an end-to-end real estate marketplace that will outdo top real estate portals Zillow, Trulia and realtor.com, HomeSearch.com operator Solutionstar is set to acquire title insurance and settlement services provider Title365 – The...

Will My Homeowner’s Policy Cover Damage to My Friend’s Belongings?

Homeowner’s insurance is a necessity for anybody who owns a home or has a mortgage. The policy will protect you in the event that your home is damaged from any number of factors beyond your control, including storms, fire, falling trees, wind damage, and more. Show More Summary

McCann Saves Snowmen for Zurich Insurance

McCann has crafted a new ad for Zurich Insurance looking ahead to spring, which may seem appealing to you, but is certainly less so for the snowmen depicted in the ad, entitled “Save the Snowmen.” The spot opens on a series of snowmen,...Show More Summary

Is your home insured for winter storm damage?

If you're unsure about your coverage, then now is the time to get out a copy of your policy

Good News Everybody

Open Enrollment Part Deux is working as HHS is releasing early data (via the Washington Post):  nearly half of those who have just signed up for insurance do not currently have coverage through the federal insurance marketplace. That group — 48 percent of 462,000 who picked a health plan during the week that started Nov. 15… [Read more...]

Marine Insurance & the “Human Factor”

Insurance underwriters of diversified maritime exposures see a wide variety of approaches taken by vessel operators to manage human error to control risk. They

Aaron Brooks Thriving as Chicago Bulls' Latest Derrick Rose Insurance

Sometimes, fit is everything. Aaron Brooks has bounced around the NBA in his eight-year career, a real home always just out of his reach. In Chicago, he may have found one. Brooks came to the Bulls in late July, after the dust had settled on their failed pursuit of Carmelo Anthony and eventual signing of Pau Gasol. Show More Summary

Here Is Everything That’s Wrong With Chuck Schumer’s Obamacare Comments

Senator Schumer said Obamacare was a political miscalculation because it benefited a population that is less likely to vote and ignored the middle-class. The law has made health insurance affordable to millions of New Yorkers and led to an overall slowdown in premium increases in Schumer's home state of New York. Show More Summary

Health Insurance SignUps Start Smoothly, Head to Malls

Alamy By Carla K. Johnson The Obama administration will promote health insurance coverage at shopping malls starting on Black Friday and continuing through the busiest shopping days of the holiday season, officials announced Wednesday. Show More Summary

ObamaCare gets almost a half-million enrollees in one week

Roughly 462,000 people signed up for ObamaCare through the federally-run insurance marketplace in the first week of the 2015 enrollment period, the Department of Health and Human Services announced Wednesday. That tally doesn't include the tens of thousands of customers who are estimated to have signed up through state-run exchanges. Show More Summary

A half million signups during HealthCare.gov’s first week

19 hours agoHealth : The Checkup

Nearly a half-million people chose health plans through HealthCare.gov during the first week of the online insurance marketplace’s second open-enrollment period, federal health officials announced on Wednesday. Read full article >>

Obamacare enrollment surpasses 500,000 in first week

More than half a million people selected a health insurance plan in the first week of the 2015 enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act, a new federal report indicates.

The Health Insurer Beating 92% Of The Market Is A Screaming 'Buy'

The Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, has been in the news a lot lately thanks to the insulting utterances of its "architect," MIT economist Jonathan Gruber. Yet the

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