Sora Global – Reinventing Ourselves

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Sora Global – Reinventing Ourselves

I have been hearing the phrase “Reinventing Yourself” for a long time. The fact is, Sora Global has been evolving for over a decade. I (Sora Global) began in 2006 offering Life, Long Term Care and Annuity policies as a viable means of financial survival for young families in case of a catastrophic event. A […]

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Navigating The Waters of Health Insurance

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times… The opening phrase from Dickens’ a Tale of Two Cities, seems to depict today’s health insurance market.  Let’s switch it around a bit by saying that, in terms of health insurance, these could be considered the worst of times, to most individuals anyway, […]

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The Affordable Care Act And Its Misconceptions

For the first time in US history most Americans are faced with the concept of open enrollment.  Open enrollment used to be a phrase associated with group insurance when you worked for a medium to larger size company, or participated in a Medicare program.  Today the phrase “open enrollment” pertains to everyone and anyone who […]

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Life’s Pendulums

Life has an uncanny way of swinging from one end of any spectrum to the other. These dramatic movements are usually prompted by men and women who have, at times, been affected by the negative effects of what I like to refer to as Life’s Pendulum. Life’s Pendulum could take many forms; Political, Healthcare, Religious, […]

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ObamaCare Exchanges vs. Employer Health Insurance

In our continuing effort to keep you informed on what has become a developing debacle, here is an interesting article for those who have the good fortune of having Employer Sponsored Health Insurance. By Susan Ladika Published October 16, 2013 Bankrate.com If you already have health insurance through your job, you’re probably wondering whether Obamacare will […]

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7 things to know about employer-provided health insurance

By William H. Byrnes, Esq., and Robert Bloink, Esq., LL.M. | October 14, 2013 No one agrees on the exact numbers, but it’s a safe bet to say that over the next few years millions of Americans will sign up for health insurance on the now-open public exchanges. Some of those people will have been […]

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Affordable Care Act, The SHOP

This is the third segment of my intent to educate my readers on the intricacies of ACA (The Affordable Care Act). In this blog we are going to continue speaking to the Marketplace which will be available online as of October 1st, 2013.  The subject of todays information is on what is called the SHOP. […]

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Obamacare could ease divorce’s financial sting

Elizabeth O’Brien @elizobrien @marketwatch retirement healthcare reporter. Views my own, etc. It’s been well noted that divorce among the over-50-crowd is on the rise, spreading like crow’s feet even as the overall divorce rate has dipped. Financial headaches related to health care can loom large in later-life divorces, experts say. Yet if the Affordable Care […]

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