Eight health insurance companies are offering Illinois consumers health plans this year with new carriers joining the ACA MarketplaceThe Illinois Department of Insurance (IDOI) welcomes three new carriers as it releases health insurance rates for the Illinois Exchange 2021 Plan Year. [Read more...]
COVID-19 has unleashed two competing emergencies in the U.S. -- a health crisis and an economic crisis. Millions of Americans have lost their jobs due to the pandemic. Unfortunately, job loss could also mean loss of health insurance, which is problematic in the midst of a pandemic.
There are several options to maintain your health coverage. You can stay on your former employer's health plan through COBRA, you can purchase a plan on the healthcare marketplace, or you can join your spouse's workplace plan. [Read more...]
By Enfield Village Board Clerk, Debbie Stone and Voice Editor Kathy Sands
The Enfield Village Board gave consideration to derelict houses, road issues, insurance, and an internet service offer on Tuesday night. [Read more...]
COUNTRY Agent, Chad Mitsdarffer of McLeansboro, has earned a position on the insurance group’s distinguished All American team. [Read more...]
The Southeastern Illinois College Board of Trustees met Tuesday, Dec. 3, in the Rodney J. Brenner Board Room to approve the annual audit, tax levy, and health insurance.
Attempting to balance costs with the fact that the lower bids didn't offer nearly enough coverage on the county's buildings, the White County board split their vote on Tuesday night, but in the end, in a 3-2 vote, they accepted Snedeker's bid of $218,000 on the county's liability and property insurance needs.
The Carmi Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting for Kati Sturgal Shelter Insurance, located at 221 East Main Street in Carmi, at 10 a.m. on Friday, November 22, 2019.
Kati Sturgal Shelter Insurance is owned by Kati Sturgal and offers a variety of insurance. She is licensed in both Illinois and Indiana.
Please join us in celebrating this new business. The public is invited to attend the ribbon cutting
Five health insurance carriers will again offer Illinois consumers individual Gold, Silver and Bronze plans with a slight decrease in overall rates
Chicago – Today, the Illinois Department of Insurance released the health insurance rates and analysis for the Illinois Exchange 2020 Plan Year. The Illinois on-Exchange marketplace has five carriers offering health insurance plans, including Quartz Health Benefit Plans Corporation, a new company on the Illinois On-Exchange market this year. Multiple plans are available in all 102 Illinois counties, and in most counties, consumers have more than one carrier to pick from. Overall, premium rates are down and rating areas remain unchanged from 2019.