For any of your health insurance needs or questions contact Scot Wissink at (310) 390-3318 or email@example.com. As a Certified Covered California Agent, Scot is well versed in the Affordable Care Act and is ready to help you find the right plan to fit you and your family’s needs. March 31st marks the last day for anyone without a qualifying event to obtain health insurance for the 2014 year. Contact Scot Wissink today!
As the winter deep-freeze gives way to warming temperatures, the warmth and sunlight can be a welcome change. So much so, in fact, that after the short winter days and long, dark nights, Daylight Saving Time approaches quickly in the early spring season. On the second Sunday in March, we spring forward. At the beginning of Daylight Saving Time, the clocks are set forward an hour. This provides an additional hour of daylight at the end of the day. The loss of the hour typically happens around
It doesn’t matter if you’re young, old, married or single, you should consider getting life insurance. Life insurance not only helps pay for your funeral expenses, but it also provides money to help pay medical bills, as well as supports your loved ones during a difficult time. You Are Married If you’re married, your spouse probably relies on your income to help pay for the bills, even if he or she works too. In the event of your passing, life insurance can provide supplemental insurance
February is American Heart Month and, in honor of that, we'd love to share some facts about heart disease with you. "Heart Disease" is actually a catchall term which could refer to many different conditions all of which related to plaque build-up in arterial walls. This increases your likelihood of stroke or heart attack. Heart disease, in fact, is the leading cause of death in the United States - causing one in four American Deaths on an annual basis. Easy ways to prevent heart disease
Health care reform is here and in full force in California. No longer is health insurance an option -- it is an individual mandate enforced by The Affordable Care Act and the Federal Government. According to the law, the individual mandate became law on January 1, 2014. But just because that date has passed, it doesn't mean that you are too late to get coverage. The deadline for insurance coverage is actually much later than that. The healthcare law states that tax payers must only pay a
With new healthcare laws in place, there is no better time than the present to educate yourself on making wise healthy decisions. Plus, it's National Wise Health Consumer Month! Here are three things that you need to do to ensure you stay on top of your game when it comes to health care and healthy living: 1. Get your health screenings - This is an important step to leading a healthy lifestyle, as preventative care will catch diseases early on allowing for a better chance to treat them
Automobile manufacturers provide specific car maintenance schedules to assist the owner. Dealers strive to stay within the guidelines of the recommended procedures that will keep the car on the road for many years. Drivers should understand the importance of these activities. Preventative maintenance – Oil changes, battery maintenance and the 100,000 mile maintenance package are essential for optimal performance. These scheduled tasks can protect against major
Storms, fire, wind and flood are the primary threats to houses all across the nation. Insurers follow a standard claims payment process once the homeowner begins filing a claim. Terms of the insurance policy are provided in writing according to state laws. 1. Adjuster visits the property – An insurance company representative will visit the house location, if possible, within one or two days of a loss. Every feature on the property is assessed for damage.
If you needed to evacuate your home quickly on a moment’s notice, do you and your family have a safe evacuation plan? Do you know what you would take with you and could you grab it quickly? Do you have an off-site home inventory list? These are answers that you should have now, as there are over one million acres of woodlands in the United States that burn every single year. To prepare yourself, your family and your home, here are a few helpful wildfire evacuation tips: Plan an