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Health Insurance Updates For Texas

We have some updates on health insurance in Texas that we thought would be worth talking about this month. As you may or may not know, Open Enrollment for health insurance runs from November 1st- December 15th, and that will stay the same for the 2021 enrollment year. When presented with ACA health insurance options here in Texas, many folks are surprised with how little...

Low Income And Need Health Insurance?

Lately, we have been working with many folks regarding their health insurance needs here in San Antonio, Texas and beyond. The situation with COVID-19 has resulted in lots of life changes for many of us and health insurance is certainly one of those areas impacted. Our task is to do a comprehensive fact-finding analysis with each and every customer we work with and sometimes we...

Skin Cancer Awareness Month!

Summer is fast approaching. Before you head out to the beaches with your Yeti cooler filled with your favorite beverages, we wanted to take this time to give you some tips and advice on how to mitigate your chances of contracting a hidden enemy: skin cancer. You may not realize it, but did you know that May is "Skin Cancer Awareness Month"? As such, we...

Why Having An Independent Agency Is Important!

Insurance agencies are a dime a dozen it seems nowadays. You got State Farm over there, Farmers down that way, and The Harrin Group up the hill. But with so many agencies waving their arms for your attention, who do we go to? Let's first take the example of a "captive" agency (ie. State Farm). To keep it simple, when one goes to an agency...

Coronavirus Paving The Way For Telehealth

As you may of heard, whether you are in San Antonio, Texas or Las Vegas, Nevada, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is not only impacting our day-to-day lives, but the way certain industries run as well. Take for instance the medical industry. You probably noticed that your local primary care doctor's office has switched their operations to prioritize COVID-19 related cases, versus routine follow-ups that were scheduled....