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You've invested a lot of time and effort into building your business. That's why it's crucial to protect what you've worked so hard to achieve. Whether you run a home based business, occupy a retail space or several office locations, your business insurance needs are unique and you require professional advice.
Tracey Agnew, Insurance Advisor/Owner of Agnew Insurance Ltd, of The Co-operators says "You could be placing your entire financial future and business at risk by declining a basic coverage." Tracey began her insurance career representing The Co-operators in 1993, and has owned and operated her agency in Calgary. Find our more about Tracey HERE. And read her article in the Brighter Business Empower Magazine HERE.
Insurance coverage and policy types can be tricky to decode. That is why many don’t realize that they lack the insurance they truly need. Find out the most common insurance mistakes and how you can correct them. Are US companies doing right by their employees? Tony will discuss his latest blog, “3 Reasons Why Companies Should Invest in Workers and Not In Their Stock.” Also this week, we will discuss GDP – what it is and what it indicates. Consumers: We have some easy and repeatable ways to save money that you will use year after year. And, in the Kids Cash Corner, we will discuss how parents are guilty of failing to teach their children about money. Find out 3 ways you can correct this in your household.
On this morning's program, the hosts will be discussing private health insurance exchanges, pet insurance and more with special guests from Accenture and Hartville Pet Insurance Group.
For the first segment on today's program, Scott Brown, Private Exchange Offering Lead at Accenture, will be joining the program to discuss the firm's latest private exchange research. Accenture estimates enrollment in private health insurance exchanges doubled to six million individuals for the 2015 plan year. The company projects hypergrowth will continue through 2018, as a number of factors inhibiting early growth will dissipate, while several accelerators will spur further adoption. These factors, combined with the employer’s desire to meet consumers’ demand for choice and flexibility in a retail-like shopping experience, will lead to 40 million members on private exchanges by 2018.
The second guest on this week's program will be JoAnne Novak, AVP Business Development at Hartville Pet Insurance Group, providers of ASPCA Pet Health Insurance. As one of the oldest and largest pet insurance providers in the U.S., Hartville has committed itself to helping more pet parents have access to reliable and affordable pet insurance plans. According to the American Pet Products Association, roughly 68 percent of U.S. households have a pet, and last year, over $15 billion was spent on veterinary care. In this segment, JoAnne will discuss what’s driving the increasing demand for pet health insurance as a voluntary benefit as well as what makes pet insurance relevant for the workforce in connection with health care consumerism and private exchanges.
Today we’re talking about tomorrow. The world as it is and as it’s going to be - the world of opportunity for those prepared – the change architects. Our guest is Michael Jans. He is the founder and CEO of Agency Revolution. He’s been defined in the industry press as an “Insurance Marketing Maven” and a “marketing genius.” Clients have described him as a “Millionaire Maker.” His history includes serving as the Executive VP for the Professional Insurance Agents in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Alaska - the fastest growing affiliate of the Certified Insurance Counselors' (CIC) program - for seven years.
What are the different types of life insurance, and what kind of coverage gives you the best bang for your buck? Join us as we decode some of the mysteries of this often misunderstood product. Also, this week, discover seven ways to teach your teens about money; get the scoop on oil and learn whyprices have been so volatile; and find out what three things you can do right now to protect your beneficiaries.
On this week's edition of HealthCare Consumerism Radio, the hosts welcome two special guests to the program for a discussion on health care payments, health engagement, life insurance, health incentives and more.
The first guest on the program will be Vineet Gulati, chief executive officer of HealthExpense. Similar to the shift from pension plans to individual retirement accounts years ago, employers are switching from defined benefit to a defined contribution that their employees control. Therefore, the employee-consumer today has to make more health insurance and health care purchasing decisions. This shift has been rapid, and consumers need to learn very quickly how to use vehicles like HSAs, FSAs and HRAs to cope with this expense-shift. In this interview, Vineet and the hosts will discuss what problems this shift is causing across the health care ecosystem and the innovations that are emerging to deal with these changes.
For the second segment on the show, the hosts will talk with Tal Gilbert, senior vice president of marketing and innovation for The Vitality Group. Tal and the hosts will be discussing an innovative new solution that brings together life insurance and wellness incentives. John Hancock Insurance recently launched a new approach to life insurance in the U.S. that rewards people for healthy living. Developed through an exclusive, first-ever life insurance partnership with The Vitality Group, the new solution integrates life insurance with a comprehensive healthy living program.
Today’s guest is Paul Carroll, CEO and Editor in Chief of Insurance Thought Leadership.
Paul is the co-author of The New Killer Apps: How Large Companies Can Out-Innovate Start-Ups and Billion Dollar Lessons: What You Can Learn From the Most Inexcusable Business Failures of the Last 25 Years and the author of Big Blues: The Unmaking of IBM, a major best-seller published in 1993. Paul spent 17 years at the Wall Street Journal as an editor and reporter. The paper nominated him twice for Pulitzer Prizes. In 1996, he founded Context, a thought-leadership magazine on the strategic importance of information technology that was a finalist for the National Magazine Award for General Excellence. He is a co-founder of the Devil’s Advocate Group consulting firm.
Auto Insurance Companies currently can ask Insurance Policyholders for anything they want in response to a claim being filed. Who would provide them with so much power and why? This opens the door for bad faith practices against insured. Is this main reason Policyholders are not being paid settlements and having to accept low-balled claim amounts? Policyholders need Insured Civil Rights Legislation Protection in order reign in the Wall Street power and control Insurers use to take advantage of Main Street.
Join me, ESTRA today in the discussion of Policyholder Protections Against Auto Insurance Companies.
•Why certain credit & financial secrets are untold in low income communities & educational systems?
•How can foreigners without any N. American credit history get approved for luxurious cars & homes in upscale neighborhoods [communities], but many people especially “Black African-Americans” are denied approval of those things even if their credit scores are above 620?
•How can some 18-24 years old Caucasian college students without established credit afford expensive homes & cars w/o parental financing?
*Did you know Caucasians were intentionally targeted & charged high mortgage interest rates in certain states & communities solely due to them being "Caucasians"?
*Did you know you that most life insurance companies allow you to take a loan on your life insurance benefits after paying it up for 5 years or more or having it for 10 consecutive years or more with a record of on-time premium payments?
Join #RNTR as we discuss Insurance and Family Protection. Also; Why are my insurance rates so high and do I even need this much coverage?
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