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Michigan Home Insurance a Must for Those Living in Metropolitan Areas

July 26, 2014 in General


Although this incident occurred in Alabama, it can definitely happen here in Michigan as well. In fact, the Federal Bureau of Investigation estimates that 140,589 cases of larceny occurred in Michigan in 2010. As such, residents living in metropolitan areas are highly encouraged to purchase Michigan home insurance.

Yes, home insurance covers more than just your home from fires and storms. Standard home insurance also protects your home from criminal acts like vandalism and theft. In the case of theft, your insurance company will reimburse you the cash value of your stolen possessions so you can promptly have these items replaced.
http://www.alliedinsmgr.com/michigan-home-insurance-a-must-for-those-living-in-metropolitan-areas/

Friends Helping Friends- assisting those who struggle with alcohol and /or substance abuse….

January 30, 2014 in General

About “Friends Helping Friends”:
Friends Helping Friends provides direct assistance, guidance, and direction to those struggling with alcohol and substance abuse to locate a treatment recovery program or rehab facility that can best assist the needs of the individual client, as well as peer support groups to the families of those affected.

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Tips For Those Shopping For Orlando Health Insurance

December 17, 2013 in General

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Man, Those Insurance Guys Are Smart and Sneaky

November 1, 2013 in General

For years Democrats have blamed health care companies for all the evils of the health care market. Their intent was to design a system that would prevent greedy, evil, for profit health care companies from taking advantage of unsuspecting American citizens. Democrats have all along stated that insurance companies were denying coverage, overcharging, changing policies, unfairly denying care and every other egregious, dastardly health care offense possible. Now we have the Obamacare rollout that appears to be an unmitigated disaster. Millions are receiving cancellation notices, premiums are skyrocketing, deductibles are increasing, and the website is inaccessible. Why, we may ask? Well, as it turns out, according to the administration and their supporters, it’s the insurance companies that are causing that. They are intentionally dropping customers from heretofore unknown, “crappy, substandard policies” that folks were overpaying for, just to get them onto more profitable government approved policies.
Man, those insurance guys are smart. After years of America’s smartest president, aided by Ivy League talent as far as the eye can see, designing a healthcare system to save America, those insurance agents snookered them again. Man who knew those insurance guys were so smart… And devious. Who knew a bunch of insurance agents would get the best of the brightest Ivy Leaguers, again!
Really! That’s what they’re going with. Yikes.

$67M doled out to those aiding others navigate health care

August 17, 2013 in General

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Wouldn’t Universal Health Care be bad for those who already have health insurance?

July 15, 2013 in Health insurance

Because the amount of available health care would increase just the number of people availing themselves of it. Thus my share of the health care pie would be reduced or at least take longer to get. Also wouldn’t I wind up somehow paying for the people who can’t afford it now through higher taxes? I know the doctors aren’t going to volunteer anything.

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How To Save On Those Fixed Expenses

July 6, 2013 in General

BOSTON (CBS) – So what can you save on your fixed expenses?

 

If you have a variable rate mortgage you should consider refinancing to a fixed rate as soon as possible.

 

If you are single and you own your home do you want a roommate? The hassle of a roommate may be worth the extra income of a $1,000 a month.

 

If you’re paying rent, is your place big enough for you to take in a roommate? Would it be okay with the landlord? It could cut your expenses in half.

what about this idea for illegals and those who want to work here?

July 4, 2013 in Insurance jobs and educations

Say all these illegals want our jobs that “we won’t do”

We give them a workermans card that allows then to legally work here BUT they do not get welfare, food stamps any kind of government help.

No Social Security (for obvious reasons)
They have to pay for their own insurance like the rest of us do and have to learn English to work here.

They have to pay a certain tax that goes to our government for allowing them to work here.

They get no benefits like the actualy citizens do but they will be here legally just to work.

Sources of Healthcare Support for those who have No Insurance plan

July 1, 2013 in General

Most people believe purchasing healthcare help for those who have no insurance plan is virtually out of the question, and ro a certain degree there’re right. It really is nearly impossible in this day and age to accumulate healthcare help for those who have no insurance plan, ‘almost’ is the key term. Nonetheless there is certainly however hook possible opportunity to help those people who are can not have the funds for insurance plan insurance policies.

Do we as a society have a moral obligation to help those of a lesser status?

June 13, 2013 in Insurance jobs and educations

Specifically, I’m talking about the recent health care plan vetoed by Bush.
Think about this before you answer -
No, health care isn’t written into the constitution, but remember Doctors didn’t charge a hundred bucks for an office visit, and the country has changed vastly since 1776. Health insurance was non existant back then. (and for the record, slavery was legal and women didn’t vote…we changed that for the better, didn’t we?)

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