U.S. Health Spending and Usage Statistics

July 2014 Even with the slow growth in national health spending in recent years, the US continued to spend a greater percentage of its wealth on health care than any other industrialized nation. In 2012, the US spent an average of $8,915 per person on health care, reaching a total of $2.8 trillion. Relying on…

How will the Obamacare Subsidy debate effect me?

If you live in California, it won’t.  Opponents of the Healthcare Reform (ACA) are attempting to use the literal translation of the Act to dismantle it.  The federal appeals court in Washington, D.C. ruled that the federal government may not subsidize health insurance plans for federally run Exchanges.  California is one of the 16 that…

Del Mar Horse Races

Let the races begin! Here is information to help you plan your visit to the horse races. Good luck and Ladies, don’t forget your hats! Date: July 17 – September 3, 2014 Time: 11:30 AM to 6:30 PM Gates Open: 11:30 AM. First Post: 2:00 AM. Recurs every Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday Price: Stretch…

U.S. lost the World Cup but won our hearts

Way to go, U.S.A.! We’ve gone further than ever and have much to appreciate. I’m now a huge fan and won’t stop watching. Why is soccer so important to an insurance Broker? Because we have goals too; our goal is to provide the best plans, service and prices for our clients. I hope you’ll consider…