New Year’s Resolution: Achieving Financial Security

January 13th, 2019

A Fidelity Investments survey estimates almost one-third of Americans will propose a money-related New Year’s resolution for 2019, with nearly half of them planning to save more, twenty-nine percent targeting their debt issue and fifteen percent making a goal to tighten their wallets.

If achieving financial security in 2019 is your New Year’s resolution, we’re with you. Let’s learn why financial security is important and how a unique 6-step program can get you there. read more

Why You Should Consider Switching to a Healthshare Plan This Open Enrollment

December 27th, 2018

 

In Colorado, unlike in most states, you still have until January 15 to decide on the best health care coverage for you, so there’s still time, but you shouldn’t put it off. Here are some reasons why you should consider switching to a health care sharing plan.

1. With traditional insurance, you must sign up within a very tight window.

There’s a month and a half period where consumers can purchase insurance. To sign up or change outside of open enrollment, you must qualify for a special enrollment period—such as getting a new job, getting married, etc. If you simply forgot to sign up or discover you don’t like your plan after all, then you have to wait a whole year. read more

4 Savvy Tips to Help You Save on Health Insurance This Year

November 30th, 2018

It is that time of year again. Open enrollment. You must choose your coverage and enroll by January 15, the last day to enroll in Colorado. However, if you want your coverage to be effective on January 1, 2019, you must enroll by December 15, 2018. Make sure that you have evaluated your options and make the best choice for you and your family.

This can be a difficult process every year, especially during the holiday season. So, I’ve put together four tips to find the best coverage and save money at the same time. read more

2019 Open Enrollment Info Coloradans Need To Know

October 31st, 2018

As open enrollment period (OEP) is set to begin across Colorado on November 1, 2018 and lasting until January 12, 2019, some Coloradans could see an increase in rates reaching 5.6%, while some may realize slightly lower premiums. Officials have touted this rate hike as an improvement, although paying more in Colorado’s state exchange is hardly something to look forward to. read more

No Mandate to Purchase Health Insurance in Colorado

September 30th, 2018

Thanks to new tax laws scheduled to take effect on January 1, 2019, individuals will not be penalized for not purchasing a government-approved health insurance plan. While this is excellent news for millions living in America, four states are restoring the individual mandate: Vermont (in 2020), District of Columbia, Massachusetts and New Jersey. Several more states are also considering restoring this requirement. read more

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