This is one of those posts you hate to put out there, but I would appreciate some feedback. A few weeks ago my X5 was stolen. I am now dealing with my insurance company on settlement. I've owned BMW's for 28 years.
Wednesday, September 3, 2008
Just starting out, and now is the time for me to get serious. I know it's imperative to have good business insurance. I have not joined any trade associations yet but just found the Society of Sports & Events photogs.
Normally, I really like Jeff Cornwall’s posts. However, his most recent, The Elephant in the Room, comes to some erroneous conclusions regarding health care.
The snooker season gets into full swing early in the New Year as the Saga Insurance Masters gets started in the middle of January.
My employer wants my blood. I've been assured that the bleeding will be short and merciful and that it's being done for my own good. As an incentive, I've been told that if I don't open a vein, my insurance premiums will rise.
The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985, more commonly know as COBRA, is a federal law that guarantees your heath insurance coverage will remain in effect for up to 18 months should you be terminated from your job.
What do you think will be the lot of life insurance companies and their clients for this year? Experts are already saying what they believe is the true prophecy for life insurance in 2007.
Well, I looked at my first pension stub in 2007. I see that my out of pocket premium with United Health Care with a high deductible is about $194. The company's contribution (for retirees with UHC) is $529.
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