The new year has begun, and many of your colleagues, clients and prospects already feel as if they need a vacation.

The last few weeks of 2017 were so busy and so full of drama in Washington, that many people involved in insurance and employee benefits ended up working at full speed throughout December.

(Related: 8 Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done)

But you still have to make things happen.

Here’s a look at some of the deadlines, events and holidays that could affect what can happen when.

The Calendar

2018, January to April (Image: Anna Frodesiak/Wikimedia Commons PD)

(Image: Anna Frodesiak/Wikimedia Commons PD)

  • Jan. 16: UnitedHealth Group Inc., the carrier that usually kicks off the life and health earnings release season, reports earnings for the fourth quarter of 2017, and all of 2017.

2018, May to August (Image: Anna Frodesiak/Wikimedia Commons PD)

(Image: Anna Frodesiak/Wikimedia Commons PD)

 

2018, September to December (Image: Anna Frodesiak/Wikimedia Commons PD)

(Image: Anna Frodesiak/Wikimedia Commons PD)

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