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Sep 01

Term Life Insurance Rates Now Found Nationally by New Insurer Finder Tool

Term Life Insurance Rates Now Found Nationally by New Insurer Finder Tool
Information supplied by insurance companies has been helping the Quotes Pros company to introduce better prices to consumers in 2014. A group of ratess for term life insurance plans can be found when using the open system for adults at …
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Millennials Under Insured Compared to Other Age Groups
Nearly a quarter of millennials, Americans between the ages of 18 and 29, lack health insurance according to a report from insuranceQuotes.com; and 16 percent of all adults do not have health insurance despite the Affordable Care Act's mandate that all …
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Aug 31

Consumer Reports Reveals Low-Mercury Fish Choices


(PRWEB) August 21, 2014

Consumer Reports released its own analysis of the most recent government data on mercury in fish, found that it continues to be critical for consumers to pay close attention to the fish they consume, and has updated its advice for consumers.

Two federal agencies recently recommended that because fish is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids and other nutrients, women of child-bearing age and young children should eat more lower-mercury fish. While Consumer Reports (CR) agrees that eating fish can be healthy, it analyzed Food and Drug Administration (FDA) data to determine its own recommendations for lower-mercury options. Getting too much mercury can damage the brain and nervous system.

“We’re particularly concerned about canned tuna, which is second only to shrimp as the most commonly eaten seafood in the United States. We encourage pregnant women to avoid all tuna,” said Jean Halloran, director of food policy initiatives for Consumers Union, the advocacy arm of Consumer Reports.

Last June, for the first time, the FDA and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) set a firm minimum level for weekly fish consumption, including shellfish. The federal proposal encourages women who are pregnant, breast-feeding or trying to become pregnant to eat between 8 and 12 ounces of fish per week, and for children, it suggests a minimum weekly quota dependent on their age and nutritional needs.

Consumer Reports analyzed the FDA’s own data that measures mercury levels in various types of seafood and found almost 20 seafood choices that can be eaten several times per week, even by pregnant women and young children, without worrying about mercury exposure. In fact, for women who are pregnant or nursing, fish can also contain an important fuel for a baby’s brain development. Fish with the lowest mercury levels includes salmon (Alaskan or other wild), scallops, shrimp (most wild and U.S. farmed), tilapia and more; low-mercury options include catfish, crab, flounder and sole (flatfish), and trout.

The full report, “The Great Fish Debate” is featured in the October 2014 issue of Consumer Reports magazine and is available at ConsumerReports.org.

What Consumers Can Do

Other than the new advice on the minimum weekly fish consumption, most of the other federal recommendations are essentially the same ones given in 2004. The agencies advise that young children and women of child-bearing age avoid four fish with the highest mercury levels: swordfish, shark, king mackerel, and tilefish from the Gulf of Mexico. They are also considering adding marlin and orange roughy to that list.

While Consumer Reports agrees that those groups should avoid high-mercury seafood, the organization disagrees with the latest recommendations from the FDA and EPA on how much tuna women and children may eat—and believes pregnant women should avoid eating any tuna.

Even adults can experience the toxic effects of mercury if they consume too much high-mercury fish. Therefore, Consumer Reports also suggests that anyone who eats 24 ounces (1.5 pounds) or more of fish per week, should also steer clear of high-mercury choices, which includes sushi made with tuna.

For more information on Consumer Reports good fish choices and call for action from the FDA and EPA, check out the October 2014 issue of Consumer Reports, on newsstands on Tuesday, September 2nd or online at ConsumerReports.org.







Aug 29

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Aug 28

Cheap Auto Insurance Rates In Minutes – New Quoting System Saves Drivers Time And Money

(PRWEB) July 02, 2014

To save the most when searching online for insurance quotes online, services like FastQuotesDirect.com are the best option for those who don’t know where to start. The website has recently relaunched with a new version of the site that makes getting the cheapest quotes even easier than before.

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By simply entering in a zip code, a list of the top insurance providers in the given area are returned with exciting offers and discounts available exclusively on the Fast Quotes Direct website. Now with the new update, users can see more detailed information about each insurance company listed to better decide which provider is best for their needs.

Dedicated to making the process of searching for auto insurance a quick and easy process, Fast Quotes Direct continues to use feedback from their users to enhance the site while keeping everything simple. Users of the site can now make use of the many advantages FastQuotesDirect.com has to offer including:


no login or email required to retrieve quotes
no phone number required means no annoying sales calls
only qualified, trusted insurance companies are listed
completely free to use service available any time of day

Try FastQuotesDirect.com today and save on auto insurance in 3 easy steps, click here.

Unlike other websites on the internet where the main purpose is to collect personal user data and contact information to sell to insurance companies; Fast Quotes Direct provides a virtually anonymous process. Users can click through to as many auto insurance companies as they please with no obligation what so ever to sign up for an insurance plan to see discounts available.

Savings of 30-70% are available so many users are happy with the results the new site has to offer.

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Aug 26

Classic Car Insurance Quotes Added to State Locator for Motorists Online


Tampa, FL (PRWEB) August 07, 2014

Vintage motor vehicles can require more insurance coverage apart from what is provided inside of a normal policy in the U.S. The Quotes Pros company has streamlined its initiatives this year to build a classic car insurance quotes system that is now activated for public use at http://quotespros.com/auto-insurance.html.

A state-by-state locator is now available for any car owner with a classic vehicle to find adequate coverage from top insurers. The locator service uses a planned zip code search tool that seeks out the average rates that owners of cars pay in different counties. The system offers access to national companies that are competing for consumer policies.

“The quotes that are being delivered using the system that we’ve developed are accurate and are meant for information purposes to help the public,” said a Quotes Pros rep.

The entire quotation system that is now available in the U.S. uses car owner zip codes to provide the rates data that is necessary to compare costs nationally. A person who does not need collector or classic motor vehicle insurance can still find a basic policy that can be purchased easily.

“Instead of providing only insurer prices, our system connects consumers with companies that are able to lock in the published rates for motorists,” said the rep.

The Quotes Pros company works consistently to update all of the content that consumers access inside of its national database this year. The insurer quotation tool is not limited to only automobile insurance quotes online. Rates for life, health and renters plans can be viewed at http://quotespros.com/health-insurance.html.

About QuotesPros.com

The QuotesPros.com company built a portal for consumers to use when researching insurer prices on the Internet in 2013. The portal is now used by thousands of people monthly when looking up rates packages from statewide or national insurers. The QuotesPros.com company has dedicated its platform to providing direct assistance to the public through its finder solutions and will continue offering ways to sort and review pricing this year.







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Aug 25

Retirement Medical Coverage

Is retirement medical coverage in your future? Oh, the plans of mice and men. For many retirees, employers have been a critical source of benefits until recent years. The rising cost of medical coverage is squeezing corporations to cut their budgets. Guess where some are cutting? You guessed it, your retirement medical coverage.

 

As you plan ahead for your retirement

 

 medical coverage 

, you can expect to pay higher premiums and higher deductibles as well as co-pays. If you are (dreaming) planning to retire before the age of 65, you better be sure how you’re going to pay for health insurance. Really, how many of retirees can afford to retire before 65 or even retiring after 65? Many have to work part time to supplement their income. So getting back to retirement medial coverage. After 65, you can probably say that your former employer is not going to cover you with supplement retirement medical coverage.

 

If you are fortunate to have a spouse that is working, take advantage of their

health insurance 

 plan. If not, you can continue for 18 months on COBRA, only until you reach 65, which ever comes first (18 months or 65yrs old, then you will have to get Medicare). Only companies with 20 or more employees are required to have COBRA.  You should start shopping for health or supplement insurance at least one year before planning your retirement medical coverage.

 

If you can’t find a group policy by seeking a professional or alumni association you belong to or could join, think about starting your own little business. In some states, you can apply for one person (you) group insurance. If this is not going to work for you, than you are on your own. Your medical history or current condition will dictate what your premiums will be.

 

If you’re over 65, look for a medical gap supplement policy with your retirement medical coverage or, opt for a lower cost Medicare HMO that includes prescription drugs but limits your choice of doctors. You can search this through the Medicare web-site.

 

For you, the best way to achieve retirement

medical coverage 

 may be to return to work part time that offers your retirement medical coverage with working hours that fit your retirement lifestyle. Some may be a little as 20-25 hours per week. Speak with an insurance specialist or your employment exit counselor.

 

 

Ric Dalberri is a graduate of Columbia State University & has been involved in his own business (sold) employing over 100 people. As

well as being a top producer as a Financial Specialist for over a decade with one of the largest financial institutions in the U.S., Ric has many years experience in sales and  management. Ric was also a mentor in

the financial arena as well as a volunteer teacher for Junior Achievement.

Aug 23

No Medical Exam Life Insurance for Clients Who Have High Cholesterol


(PRWEB) August 22, 2014

Termlifeinsurancenophysical.com has released a new blog post announcing that clients who have high cholesterol levels can find no medical exam life insurance.

Clients who have a high cholesterol levels can qualify for no medical exam life insurance. A high cholesterol level will not disqualify most applicant, but it will make life insurance premiums expensive. Clients can find the best rates online.

No medical exam life insurance plans can provide important coverage for clients who have dependents. A plan can provide temporary coverage up to 20 years and a death benefit of $ 250,000. Clients can also find permanent plans that do not require medical examinations.

High cholesterol levels will not disqualify clients from purchasing a traditional plan. However, traditional plans require medical examinations and clients will have to take a blood and urine test.

Termlifeinsurancenophysical.com is an online provider of life, home, health, and auto insurance quotes. This website is unique because it does not simply stick to one kind of insurance provider, but brings the clients the best deals from many different online insurance carriers. In this way, clients have access to offers from multiple carriers all in one place: this website. On this site, customers have access to quotes for insurance plans from various agencies, such as local or nationwide agencies, brand names insurance companies, etc.

Termlifeinsurancenophysical.com is owned by Internet Marketing Company.

For more information, please visit http://www.termlifeinsurancenophysical.com/.







Aug 22

Auto Extended Warranty Providers in the US Industry Market Research Report from IBISWorld Has Been Updated


New York, NY (PRWEB) August 15, 2014

The Auto Extended Warranty Providers industry has suffered losses from a slow economy and changing trends in auto warranties. Over the past five years, industry revenue has declined at an average annual rate of 0.3% to $ 4.3 billion. The average age of the vehicle fleet has increased at an average annual rate of 2.4% over the past five years, causing demand for the industry to decline as a high percentage of extended warranty plans are purchased at the same time as the vehicle. Consequently, industry revenue is expected to decline 1.4% in 2014 alone.

“Changing trends in warranty plans offered by auto manufacturers and dealerships have caused increased competition for third-party auto extended warranty providers,” according to IBISWorld Industry Analyst Brandon Ruiz. Automobile manufacturers are increasingly offering more comprehensive warranty plans, making extended warranty less attractive to new car buyers. Consequently, industry firms were forced to cut prices in order to stay competitive with extended warranty offerings from auto manufacturers and dealerships. As a result of price competition, industry profit is expected to decline during the five years to 2014.

During the five years to 2019, industry revenue is forecast to increase. As the economy improves and consumers are more willing to finance big-ticket items, more consumers will purchase new cars and, consequently, more extended warranty plans. “Also, the average age of the vehicle fleet is expected to decline, prompting more consumers to purchase extended warranties for new car purchases,” says Ruiz. However, growth will continue to be hampered by competition from warranty plans offered by auto manufacturers and car dealerships.

For more information, visit IBISWorld’s Auto Extended Warranty Providers in the US industry report page.

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IBISWorld industry Report Key Topics

This industry provides automobile owners with extended warranty protection. The manufacturer or the authorized auto dealer does not underwrite these warranties, which extend beyond the manufacturer and dealer warranties. This type of warranty is purchased after the manufacturer or authorized dealer warranty expires. As a result, these warranties are primarily provided by a third-party organization.

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