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I’m listening to KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO and #theworldsradio with the #TuneIn Radio app. Listen on Oct 3rd at 12 noon to here Qandun President, Rudy Garcia, participate in a panel to answer the general public's tough questions on how to enroll in options available under the Affordable Care Act aka Obamacare.
Today at 10:30am I received my results for the California Property and Casualty Agent License Test. It's official, I now have licenses for health insurance, life insurance, workers compensation insurance, homeowners, automobile, commercial property and liability and commercial package policy insurance. Qandun is full service with specialists in virtually every area of insurance. We'd like to earn your trust and be your broker for all lines of your insurance needs.
If you or someone you know owns a business, these are the FACTS minus the fluff, the politics, the opinions and the rumors. RSVP for this Aug 7th event and share it with anyone you know that runs their own business.
Technicality in language. Person cannot go 3 consecutive months without compliant coverage, thus they must have 10 months or more of coverage to avoid the penalty. Thus, enrollment application must be submitted by 2/15/14 in order to be effective 3/1 for 10 months of coverage. Warn your clients about waiting too long.
If you cannot join our Healthcare Reform and Your Winning Strategy seminar in-person tomorrow, Wed Aug 7th, 8am to 10am, consider registration for the simulcast webinar and enjoy it from the comfort of your home, office or local coffee house. Click here to register now: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/646658022
Always check with a professional that specializes in the topic before you buy what you read in any publication, including the Wall Street Journal. These reporters are not specialists and are not doing their homework. The result? The public is being misled. Here's my response to today's WSJ article about healthcare reform.