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Florida Life insurance is affordable now, but that will not last

While the economy is down, consumers have a chance to pick up something that everyone should have in their personal finance toolkit for a great price right now: life insurance.

Rates on Florida term life insurance are lower then they have been in the last 15 years-but the bargains will soon be gone.

A few major carriers, including Prudential, raised rates starting at the end of last year.  Others are expected to follow their lead soon.

That’s a signal for action.

If you are in the market for a policy, you may get a better deal if you act now, rather than in a few months.  Also, if you have an older policy, it’s still possible for some consumers to get a lower premium by taking out a new florida life insurance policy.

You should have life insurance if you have a spouse or children or a home or a partner whose life would change dramatically if your income were suddenly not there.   To speak with a licensed represetative or to request a quote please contact Evan Tunis at 561.637.8162.

Evan Tunis is with FloridaHealthcareInsurance.com, the leading provider of Florida health insurance quotes. To learn more about Florida health insurance, Florida health insurance quotes, Florida life insurance, Florida life insurance quotes, Florida group health insurance visit Floridahealthcareinsurance.com.

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Sunday, June 28th, 2009 Blog Posts Comments Off on Florida Life insurance is affordable now, but that will not last

Maximum HSA Contribution To Rise In 2010

The maximum HSA contribution that can be made in 2010 for single coverage will be $3,050, up from $3,000 in 2009. The maximum HSA contribution for those with family coverage will rise to $6,150, up from $5,950.

Health Savings Account Enrollment Reaches Eight Million

Eight million Americans are covered by Health Savings Account (HSA)-eligible insurance plans, an increase of more than 31 percent since last year, a new census released today by America’s Health

HSA Owners: Satisfied With Their Accounts, Want To Keep Them As Savings Option For Americans

HSA owners are overwhelmingly satisfied with their accounts, and 91 percent believe such accounts should remain an option for Americans, according to a nationwide survey released today by OptumHealth Inc. Survey finds HSAs are used most by those making less than $75,000 a year.

Evan Tunis is with FloridaHealthcareInsurance.com, the leading provider of Florida health insurance quotes. To learn more about Florida health insurance, Florida health insurance quotes, Florida life insurance, Florida life insurance quotes, Florida group health insurance visit Floridahealthcareinsurance.com.

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Wednesday, June 10th, 2009 Blog Posts 1 Comment