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President Obama apologizes for the misunderstanding






On the same day that HPA conducted a coaching call about the policy cancellations that have been the focus of so much media attention in the past couple weeks, President Obama apologized to Americans who are receiving cancellation notices from … Continue reading






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Healthcare.gov: New Look, New Deadline






The Healthcare.gov individual marketplace website has gotten a subtle but important facelift. The smiling young lady who was previously featured on the site has been replaced by four circle icons representing the different ways someone can shop for and enroll in subsidized … Continue reading






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Marketplace glitches give procrastinators a second chance






We’re all guilty of it from time – PROCRASTINATING. Usually this bad habit comes back to bite us, but the almost complete failure of the government’s marketplace rollout has given brokers who haven’t yet developed an individual solution for their … Continue reading






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Open Enrollment begins today! Are you ready?






HPA has been eagerly anticipating the opening of the state and federally run exchanges. Our pathways to tie into these exchanges have been discussed in our Industry Updates and other webinars for the past few months. We will attempt to … Continue reading






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