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Ten Tips For Filing A Homeowners Insurance Claim After A Disaster

The devastating fires in California are the latest in a series of catastrophes that have destroyed homes and businesses. After you’ve suffered a loss, one of your first steps on the road to financial recovery is filing an insurance claim (assuming you have insurance coverage). It’s important to know your rights when filing a claim … Read more

Questions to Ask When Buying Life Insurance

This article was originally published on Bottom Line.com in June, 2017. Life insurance can be a powerful tool for protecting your family’s financial future, but it’s crucial to understand the details of your policy, and how it works for you, before you sign off on a purchase. Whether you’re buying life insurance through a broker … Read more

Everything You Need To Know About Paramed Insurance Exams

Life Insurance premiums are based on many components and the premium you end up paying can vary significantly in your approach to reviewing your life insurance needs.  It’s always good to review your health history with multiple insurance companies as each company has it’s own underwriting criteria. It’s alway important to review your options and … Read more

A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand: 7 Things to Know on Health Insurance

Once again, the ACA marketplace is facing great uncertainty. The bottom line is that we, the American consumers are going to pay for this in the end. Here are the four things to know: The Senate GOP is surging ahead with their latest plan to to repeal the Affordable Care Act – The Graham-Cassidy Bill … Read more

Siri, please update the insurance industry:

Insurance is one of the world’s oldest industries with the concept of insurance dating back four thousand plus years. The Babylonians developed a system that was recorded in the famous Code of Hammurabi, c. 1750 BC, and practiced by early Mediterranean sailing merchants. If a merchant received a loan to fund his shipment, he would … Read more

Should I consider Hybrid/Combination Long Term Care Insurance Policies?

The need for long term care insurance is not going away. It is estimated that more than half of today’s 65 year olds will require long-term care at some point, at an average annual cost of $183,000. Most people will only need care for less than two years, however one in seven will face more … Read more

Hurricanes and Insurance

It is always best to hope for the best and plan for the worst. Hopefully Hurricane Irma will not cause further damage though unfortunately, that is unlikely. If you are in an area that may be impacted by Irma here is The Get-Ready Checklist. This is a checklist that we all should use to be … Read more

Healing health insurance

Short Term Rx: Fortunately, while the House passed their version of Health Care Reform, the Senate did not pass any Reform bill. Which leads us to the current environment of how the process should work. The GOP approach to working in secrecy without input from stakeholders such as insurance commissioners, state governors, insurance companies among … Read more

Hurricane Harvey & Irma: Insurance Claims and Preparation Tips

It is always best to hope for the best and plan for the worst. Hopefully Hurricane Irma will not cause further damage though unfortunately, that is unlikely. If you are in an area that may be impacted by Irma here is The Get-Ready Checklist. This is a checklist that we all should use to be … Read more

Insurance Made Easy Thunderclap

Thank you to all the support for my new book “Insurance Made Easy” which is an Amazon #1 Bestseller in multiple categories (click here to view on Amazon). I was hoping you might do me a favor and help me spread the word about the launch of Insurance Made Easy: A Comprehensive Roadmap to the … Read more