Author Archives: dave@cunixinsurance.com

More Good News!

  The current Special Open Enrollment Period will come to an end on August 15th.   Many of you have taken advantage of the changes in the Tax Credit Subsidy.  Several of my clients have saved over $1,000 per month!  We … Continue reading

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They Don’t Have A Leg To Stand On

“What right does Texas have to take away my insurance?”  I can’t tell you how many times my clients have asked me that question.  The Texas Lawsuit has weighed heavily on many of my clients, especially those with preexisting conditions.  … Continue reading

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The Impact Of External Pressure

Richard Stengel, the former Editor of Time Magazine and Under Secretary of State during the Obama administration, said something on TV the other day that stopped the other guests in their tracks.  “The same fire that melts the butter, hardens … Continue reading

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Getting To Work

Here is a problem.  You live in Mayfield Heights and your job is in Strongsville, about 30 miles away.  Worse, you hate your old car, it is unreliable, gets terrible gas mileage, and needs expensive repairs.  Do you Get a … Continue reading

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We May Not Be Able To Prevent This

What image comes to your mind when you hear the word “Texas”?  Do you see cowboys and old Westerns?  Do you see Ted Cruz boarding a plane to Mexico while over half of his constituents were sitting in the dark … Continue reading

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The News Is Good

We are getting a better understanding of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 and how it will impact your health insurance if you are under age 65 and buying your own policy.  Much of the focus on the recently … Continue reading

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Leadership 2021

Congress has its fair share of villains.  You know their names because once elected they view being on television as important as breathing.  They may not actually do anything you or I might associate with legislating.  Their names are seldom … Continue reading

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Virtually In Washington

The answer, of course, was NO.  A friend knows that I normally spend the last week of February each year in Washington DC and called to ask if I was packed and ready.  Nope.  We aren’t holding our annual meeting … Continue reading

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Positive Change

  Here is a question: Should the government make your life easier of harder?  If you answer harder, you aren’t going to like this post. Last spring, as businesses closed and our lives were turned upside down, consumer advocates and … Continue reading

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Running The Omnibus Off The Cliff

Even by Congressional standards, the Omnibus legislation passed by Congress last week was massive.  The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 is 5593 pages.  It includes the long-awaited COVID relief, the continued funding of the federal government, and the other spending … Continue reading

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