Obamacare 2017 Open Enrollment Changes

2017 Obamacare Open Enrollment is going to be scary, but the good news is I have alternative solutions!   Changes to the Affordable Care Act / Obamacare 2017 in Texas Aetna, Cigna, Humana, Scott & White and United HealthOne pulling out of the marketplace. BCBS, Scott & White, and Vista 360 Health – Only carriers left […]

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2017 Obamacare Open Enrollment is going to be scary!

2017 Obamacare Open Enrollment is going to be scary, but the good news is I have alternative solutions! Aetna, Humana, Cigna, Scott & White, and United Healthcare are pulling out of the exchanges leaving Blue Cross and Blue Shield as the only major provider! Plans will be canceled and rates will skyrocket leaving individual policy […]

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Obamacare 2017 Open Enrollment is going to be Ugly!

It looks like we will have even fewer options at a much higher price for individual health insurance for 2017. According to the Forbes article health insures are fleeing the Obamacare exchanges because of financial losses. A recent McKinsey & Co. survey found that health insurers selling in the individual market—where individuals buy their own […]

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With Merger Deal, Aetna, Humana Get Ahead of the Pack

Source: WSJ.com In the game of merger musical chairs the five biggest health insurers have been playing lately, Aetna Inc. and Humana Inc. hustled to grab the first seats. The two insurers disclosed their $34.1 billion tie-up after 2 a.m. EDT Friday, as the holiday weekend was beginning and after reports that rivals Anthem Inc. […]

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ObamaCare ruling: Supreme Court got it right on health care subsidies

Source: FoxNews.com So now what? We’ll leave it to the politicians, the lawyers and the talking heads to debate whether the Supreme Court got it right on King v Burwell. Our job is to keep in mind that ObamaCare – the Affordable Care Act – is supposed to be all about people’s health and well-being. […]

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NOW YOU KNOW

NOW YOU KNOW Let me begin by asking my readers the following question: “If you or a family member should develop a chronic illness requiring long-term care or become critically ill due to a stroke, heart attack, or diagnosis of cancer, but have a good chance for survival with new medical advances and physician recommended […]

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All the more reason…

I ran across this article today that continues to prove our point, further validating the need for LIVING BENEFITS. The first paragraph says it all: “Bankruptcies resulting from unpaid medical bills will affect nearly 2 million people this year-making health care the No. 1 cause of such filings, and outpacing bankruptcies due to credit-card bills […]

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Life Insurance with Living Benefits

Mortgage Protection Insurance

No one can predict when a long term illness or premature death will occur. The only thing you can plan for or predict is that if/when this occurs, without having a financial plan in place, your loved ones may be put in a very difficult financial position. In the event of an unforeseen or unplanned […]

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Life Insurance with Living Benefits!

Living Benefits. Why we do what we do…

A life insurance product that can provide financial utility during a client’s life & NOT just at death, living benefits can be the difference between financial survival and financial demise. At Alliance Group, we have been marketing & delivering living benefits to Middle America and small business owners since 1998. For over 15 years, our […]

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A Good time to buy Life Insurance!

What to buy NOW?

Life insurance may be one of the most important purchases you’ll ever make. In the event of a tragedy. Get a sense of how much and what kind to buy, plus information about how different life events, such as having children or buying a home, can affect your insurance needs.

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