The cost of life insurance premiums in Florida, as in other states, is influenced by several factors. Insurance companies use these factors to assess the level of risk associated with insuring an individual and determining the appropriate premium amount. Some of the main factors that affect the cost of life insurance premiums in Florida include:… [Read More]
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On this blog we cover not only matters relevant to our insurance products but we also emphasize the importance of life coverage, financial security, and future planning for our families.
Yes, you can have multiple life insurance policies in Florida, just as you can in most other states. There is no law or regulation that restricts individuals from owning more than one life insurance policy in Florida or any other state. In fact, having multiple life insurance policies can be a strategic financial decision for… [Read More]
Dental plans are not typically included in an Obamacare (Affordable Care Act) policy in Florida. While the ACA mandates that health insurance plans must include coverage for essential health benefits, dental coverage for adults is not considered an essential health benefit. However, dental coverage for children is considered an essential health benefit under the ACA…. [Read More]
Helping individuals and families find the right life insurance policy for them The top ten life insurance questions an insurance agency is asked in Florida may vary depending on the individual’s circumstances and needs, which are listed on this “Life insurance policies in Florida” blog. However, here are ten common life insurance questions that insurance… [Read More]
Each person’s situation is unique, and the right policy depends on individual circumstances Life insurance policies in Florida, and everywhere else, can vary depending on the individual’s circumstances and needs for several reasons: Coverage Amount: The amount of coverage that a person needs can vary depending on their financial obligations, such as mortgage, debts, and… [Read More]
Mortgage Protection Insurance Explained Mortgage protection policies are designed to provide a specific benefit to pay off the remaining mortgage balance in the event of an eligible event such as death, disability, involuntary job loss, or critical illness. Some additional features that may be included in a mortgage protection policy include: Waiver of premium: A… [Read More]
All Medicare-eligible people in Florida have access to a $0-premium Medicare Advantage plan. This graph represents the total Medicare Advantage enrollments (in millions) during the 1099-2020 period. Medicare Advantage Private plans that contract with the federal government to provide Medicare benefits. Please keep in mind that different areas have different Medicare Advantage Plans. A particular… [Read More]
For the 2023 tax year, the ACA affordability threshold will decrease to 9.12%. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) benchmark for determining the affordability of employer-sponsored health coverage will significantly decrease to 9.12% of an employee’s household income for the 2023 plan year — down from the 2022 plan-year level of 9.61%, according to IRS Rev…. [Read More]
Dates and deadlines for 2023 health coverage Open Enrollment for 2023 runs November 1, 2022–January 15, 2023. Enroll by December 15, 2022 for coverage that starts January 1, 2023. Plans sold during Open Enrollment begin January 1, 2023, if you paid your first premium. After January 15, 2023 you won’t be able to get 2023… [Read More]