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Deadline is Near in the Hudson Valley To Enroll In Health Insurance

Tomorrow, February 15, 2015 is the deadline and the end of the Open Enrollment Period for 2015 to enroll in health insurance under the Affordable Care Act for people living in the Hudson Valley and across the US.   If someone is not covered by health insurance in 2015,  they will face a penalty by the Internal Revenue Service when they file their 2015 taxes.  The 2015 penalty for remaining …Read More

Health Insurance Enrollment Deadline is Near — February 15, 2015

The national deadline to enroll in a new 2015 individual and family health insurance under the federal Affordable Care Act (ACA)’s Marketplace  is February 15, 2015. Enrollment by Feb 15th will begin insurance coverage as soon as March 1, 2015. However, if you have a change of your family status (marriage or birth of a child) or if you loose employer health insurance coverage after Feb 15th , you will …Read More

Check your Health Insurance Networks in the Hudson Valley

Residents in the Hudson Valley and others throughout the State are hurrying to sign up for health insurance by March 31, 2014 to avoid paying an IRS penalty on their 2014 tax return. When you are looking at different insurance plans on the New York State of Health exchange web site, look carefully at the network of hospitals and medical doctors (called providers) that are listed. These networks generally offer …Read More

The “What’s If’s” on your Whole Life Insurance Policy

You have been paying the premium on your whole life insurance policy for a number of years. Some unexpected medical bills or a college tuition has come up where you can use those dollars than paying for a life insurance policy. You have three alternatives options. These options are called your policy’s nonforfeiture options. These options are: 1. Cash surrender value — you will receive a lump sum check from …Read More

Long Term Care Insurance — Just Got Less expensive for Some

At least two major long term care insurance carriers (John Hancock and Genworth) have begun to change how they price their coverage for men and women. Today these carriers have generally lowered the premium for men and significantly raised the premium for women.  A healthy age 55 male (assuming a new first time purchaser) may see a 15 percent decline in premium over last year.  A similar woman may see …Read More

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