Ed Harris has been a health insurance broker since 1980. He enjoys tennis ,golf and international politics. He also bowls once every 15 years.
Columbus Ohio individual medical insurance is available from most of the major carriers. Rates in the Columbus area are very affordable with many plan options.
Picking the right Ohio medical coverage is not easy. There are many good options available to Ohio residents.
Lower your insurance costs with some tips that could save you hundreds or thousands of dollars. Review your existing policies with your agent.
Should you change your health insurance policy? If you can save money and keep the same benefits and current conditions are covered, it might be a good option to consider.
Pennsylvania health insurance companies offer many affordable plans to Pennsylvania consumers. The top health insurance companies such as Capital Blue Cross, Highmark, IBX, Aetna and UnitedHealthCare ...
Low cost medical plans in Ohio are available to individuals. Top-rated websites can offer great rates for individuals in the Buckeye state.
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High deductible health insurance plans can reduce your premiums. Many low cost options are available to individuals and families.
Our teenager is now driving our car! Can't be. Is she 16 already? Here's a playful look at the teenage driving experience.
Insurance does not have to be expensive. You can buy insurance and pay a lower cost by following some important tips.
Health Savings Accounts are changing for 2012...contribution limits, that is. Individual and family contribution rates will be increasing.
Don't pay too much for your auto insurance. There are many discounts that will help reduce your premium.
Picking the right type of health insurance is important. By making the right decision, you can substantially reduce your health care costs.
Online car insurance quotes are easy to get. You just need to know how to make them lower your rates.
Health care keeps changing. Who knows what it will look like 40 years from now. Well...I do.