Florida health insurance stats place the state as third among uninsured

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Despite the efforts made to spread awareness of the Affordable Care Act, many remain without coverage. Five years ago, when the Affordable Care Act was first launched, the health insurance coverage rate in Florida was among the lowest in the country, and now that half a decade has passed, Florida’s rank among the uninsured states is still in third place. That said, despite the large uninsured rate in Florida in terms of health plans, the situation has improved. Now that the health care reform is starting to settle in and…

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Credit has a big impact on auto insurance premiums

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Report highlights the effect that credit data has on insurance prices Credit score has a lot to do with auto insurance rates, according to a recent report from WalletHub, a personal finance organization. The report focused on how a driver’s credit score affects their insurance rates in the United States. All states but California, Hawaii, and Massachusetts were examined for the report. In these states, using a driver’s credit history to price auto insurance coverage is illegal, so such information does not contribute to higher premiums. Those with no credit…

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