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Understanding the nature of individual and group health insurance is vital to employers looking for the best health insurance coverage that agrees with their finances. This blog explains the difference between group health insurance and individual health insurance, and why it's important to research which plan will better suit your needs. 
Are you researching self-employed health insurance in Arizona? Read some suggestions of ways to make health insurance for small businesses less complicated.
Picking small business health insurance in Arizona is a big decision. Check out this guide to learn how to choose a health plan that right for you and your employees.
As a long-time Arizona small business health insurance broker we know that the number one benefit employees want is quality health care for themselves and their families.  But how can you provide this expensive benefit?
Are you researching group health insurance plans for small businesses?  If so, you need to understand the difference between group health insurance agents and brokers. In 2018 Arizona small businesses must put their best foot forward when it comes to attracting and keeping new employees.  One great benefit you can offer your staff is access to a group health insurance plan. Whether you have just one or two employees or a couple dozen, offering your current and new employees a variety of health insurance plans can provide you with that incentive needed to entice new talent and grow your business.…
Whew! We survived the 2018 Arizona health insurance open enrollment. Now that the open enrollment is behind us, our attention can now shift to that one topic we all love - Taxes!! Did you know the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) requires you to declare your Affordable Care Act (ACA) status when you file your tax return? That’s right, the ACA is in cahoots with the IRS. To keep the public informed about it’s collaborating with the ACA, the IRS makes occasional announcements and offers a What’s Trending page with FAQs on the ACA. You can visit those pages to get…
Well before you turn 65 years old, a number of health insurance companies may have started marketing their Medicare supplemental insurance in Arizona, but how do you know which provider to choose.
As baby boomers reach retirement age, the number of people enrolled in the nation’s Medicare program is reaching record numbers.  While Medicare will cover some of the health care expenses for eligible seniors, most of Arizona’s older residents will need to enroll in some form of supplemental insurance.   With so many different plan choices and enrollment deadlines, eligible citizens are often confused about Medicare Supplemental Insurance in Arizona. 
Parents are always looking for the best advice on taking care of their child’s teeth, starting as soon as their first teeth break the gum.  It doesn’t take long for a baby’s toothless smile erupts into a string of baby teeth, and this is a perfect time for the dentist to take a careful look at the development of your child’s mouth.  This also means that it is time for you to get your child on your dental insurance plan.
If you are a resident of Arizona who is approaching age 65, it is important that you thoroughly understand how Medicare insurance works. Many retirees are confused about the timing and requirements for Medicare and don’t know whether they qualify for Medicare supplemental insurance in Arizona.  Also known as a “Medigap” policy, Medicare supplemental insurance helps Arizona citizens close the “gaps” in Medicare by providing for deductibles and coinsurance.  However, there are certain time-sensitive purchasing qualifications that exist in Arizona.  For example, once a Medicare recipient reaches the age of 65 and joins Part B, they can sign up for…
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