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Posted July 31st, 2018 in Producers
Working with a General Agent (GA) is a great way for small group insurance brokers to increase their earnings potential. With fewer than 1 in 3 small employers (2-50 employees) in the U.S. offering health insurance to employees, the opportunity to sell small group health coverage has never been better. When you partner with the Flex General Agency, we help make this opportunity a reality…giving you significant earning power!
 
Posted July 26th, 2018 in Producers

Recently, we’ve been exploring the role of General Agents and addressing some of the common misconceptions that people often have about them. There’s no question that working with a General Agent (GA) can be extremely beneficial for insurance brokers. However, not all GAs are created equal.

There are different types of arrangements out there and not every organization that represents itself as a GA meets the necessary criteria. When looking for a GA to work with, it’s important to look for a “true” GA.  

Posted July 25th, 2018 in Producers, Employers
Recently, the Department of Labor (DOL) finalized new rules pertaining to association health plans (AHPs). The intent of the new rules is to make it easier for small businesses (including self-employed individuals) to join forces when purchasing health insurance coverage.
Posted July 24th, 2018 in Producers
Last week, we discussed the role that General Agents play in the insurance industry and how they provide value to brokers. This week, we’d like to clear up some of the biggest misconceptions about working with a General Agent (GA).
 
Posted July 19th, 2018 in Producers

Did you know that a General Agent helps brokers make more money and doesn't cost a penny to the broker? Even after 30 years in the business, we sometimes get confused looks when we tell people that we’re a General Agent. As it turns out, not everyone fully understands the wide range of services provided by General Agents or the value that they bring to insurance brokers. For brokers who don’t currently work with one, there are often misconceptions about why General Agents exist, how they operate and how they get paid. Well, we’d like to take a minute to clear up any confusion.

Posted July 17th, 2018 in Employers, Producers

Many of you are familiar with the reinsurance fees that were charged to health insurance plans from 2014 to 2016, but you may not be as familiar with the risk adjustment program. The risk adjustment program was authorized under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). This permanent program is intended to protect against adverse selection and risk selection in the individual and small group markets (inside and outside of the Exchanges).

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