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https://s3-us-gov-west-1.amazonaws.com/dam-production/uploads/20130726-1437-20490-5945/f_435_reprof.pdf

https://s3-us-gov-west-1.amazonaws.com/dam-production/uploads/20130726-1437-20490-5945/f_435_reprof.pdf. “When is the best time to buy flood insurance coverage?  Now! There is a 30-day waiting period for flood insurance coverage to become effective. If flood insurance is purchased in connection with a mortgage loan, there is no waiting period.”   … Continue reading

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Texas Mutual Pays $175 Million Policyholder Dividend – MarketWatch

“This is the 15th consecutive year Texas Mutual has paid dividends, bringing the total to almost $1.4 billion. The company has paid the majority of that total – $1 billion – since 2007. ‘Texas Mutual is a policyholder-owned company,’ Bob … Continue reading

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Three Things to Know About the Health Insurance Marketplace | Town Square Buzz

TownSquareBuzz.com has partnered with Be Covered Texas and Healthcare.gov to provide McKinney residents with information about the federal health care law, which requires all Americans to carry health insurance (if you don’t already have it) or pay a fine by … Continue reading

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BCBSTX Creates A New, Local, High-Level Position To Focus On The Houston And SE Texas Market – PR Newswire – The Sacramento Bee

BCBSTX covers more than 1.1 million people in Houston, but starting next year nearly everyone will be required to have health insurance according to the federal Affordable Care Act.  With the many new provisions that will be implemented as a … Continue reading

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FEMA’s increased flood insurance rates could affect Texans | Texas on the Potomac | a Chron.com blog

“Grandfathered” rates will end in 2014 for those in communities that adopt a new, updated Flood Insurance Rate Map. Rates would increase each year by 20 percent over a time period of five years via FEMA’s increased flood insurance rates … Continue reading

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