Health insurance exchange in Maryland loses Aetna plans

Maryland Insurance

The giant insurer has announced that it is withdrawing its policies from the state marketplace. Aetna has revealed that it feels that the approved rates in Maryland are not feasible, as it scrutinizes the offerings it has across the rest of the United States, and has now canceled its intentions to sell health insurance within that state’s exchange. The marketplace is slated to open on October 1, 2013 in order to comply with the federal healthcare reforms. The intention to sell health insurance plans as a part of the new…

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Crop insurance deadline for spring seeded plants is approaching

Crop Insurance

Maryland farmers are being reminded that the last day for purchasing coverage is nearly here. Farmers in Maryland have been issued a reminder by the state’s Department of Agriculture, in order to make sure that they are aware of the fact that if they want to buy crop insurance for spring seeded crops – or alter the coverage that they already have – they will need to do so by the deadline of March 15. Some of the types of plant that are included in this coverage include soybeans, corn,…

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