Some Agents Fear Medicare Help Desks
Several producers say assistance centers seem to absorb clients who call for help.
Trump `Republicans, Sorry' Tweet Casts Doubt on ACA De-funding
Alexander is pushing for a narrow, bipartisan stabilization effort.
Agent Groups, Insurers Mobilize for Harvey
HAFA hopes to offer temporary shelter and, possibly, rescue services for its members.
Early Trump landing team picks seem to know the real world, but not your world.
HAFA urges agents to keep fighting
Compliance specialists say a 'quick' ACA repeal effort could take months of work.
Enroll America speaks up for agents
An Affordable Care Act exchange promoter group mentions you in a plea for government marketing support.
Agents angry about unpaid ACA exchange plan commissions
Health Agents for America says about half of its members have individual health compensation collections problems.
Senator sizes up the new ACA ‘public option’ push (with video)
Bill Cassidy says Democrats are nervous about 2017 health plan menus.
Multilife long-term care insurance door is still open, marketer says
L. Nicholas Hogan of Insurance Advisors says the rates are still reasonable.
3 reasons Congress could approve an ACA change bill (with video)
Sen. Bill Cassidy says he thinks he sees a window of opportunity.