For the first time, I attempted to segregate my insurance revenue into the different categories of individual and family, vision and dental, Medicare, and small group. Individual and family enrollment commissions made up 85 percent of the revenue. Enrollments in vision and dental plans comprised 4 percent of my income. Medicare Supplements, Medicare Advantage, and Part D prescription drug plan enrollments total 8 percent of my income. Small group commissions came in at 3 percent.
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Inside the Statistics, Expenses, and Revenue of my Website InsureMeKevin.com
There are two pieces of code that are fired when someone clicks on my website. The first is for Google Analytics and the second is for Google Adsense. What does NOT happen is my website, insuremekevin.com, placing a cookie on the visitor’s device to gather information about the user.
Stewing Cherries For Breakfast and Dessert
To start, I have 2 bags of fresh cherries, about 3 to 5 pounds. Then using the hand-held pitter, I pop out the seeds. I then deposit the seedless cherry into a big 8-quart stock pot. Wear an apron unless you want cherry juice splattered on your shirt.
BeHear Hearing Aid Solution with Mobile Phone and Streaming Music
On a recent hiking excursion where I was leading a group of people on a history hike, I was able to try the different modes. Public speaking events, where I have to field questions, has been particularly difficult for me with my hearing loss. The Live Music mode suppressed the side noises and the person in front of me sounded clear, even when they were twenty feet away. I did switch to Outdoor mode so I could easily talk to the person next to me as we were hiking on the trail.
Kevin Learns He Has A Half-Brother
Perhaps the oddest bit of information from J was that the son she gave birth to was also named Kevin. This gentleman was born in 1955. I was born in 1963 when my father was on his third(?) marriage. Was I named for the son my father had abandon in hopes of recreating some alternative reality with a happy ending? Again, this would not have been out of the realm of possibility for my magical thinking father.
KIA Niro PHEV 2020 Replaces 2002 Honda CRV
With the Niro PHEV I’ll have 26 miles of all EV range and approximately 44 miles per gallon when burning gasoline in hybrid mode. Except in the winter when the petrol engine must run to heat up the cabin, I should be traveling in all EV mode when I trek out to the grocery story, Post Office, or even to see one of my local clients. My goal with a new car is to reduce my fossil fuel consumption as much as possible. The Niro PHEV will meet that goal, short of investing in an all EV car.
Open For Business During Covid-19 Corona Virus Shut Down
You can call me anytime, or send me an email, and I will try to answer your questions. Sometimes this requires us to chat on the phone for a while, but I don’t have to visit your home, meet you at a closed café, and you don’t need to travel to my little home office. I’m open for business.
I Lied About Covered California Open Enrollment
I was in attendance at a Covered California meeting in Sacramento where agents asked if Covered California was going to publicize the individual mandate penalty in their marketing campaign for open enrollment. Executive Director Peter Lee told the audience that Covered California marketing would focus on the new California Premium Subsidy and not the penalty. But now, Covered California is using the argument that thousands of people don’t know about the penalty, when they are in charge of making California residents aware of the individual mandate penalty.
Anatomy of the InsureMeKevin Logo
Some of the most uninspiring logos can be found in the insurance industry. When I first got into the insurance field as an independent agent I decided to play it safe and not attempt to create a logo. But as my website has become more popular, and I recently published a book, I found myself considering images that reflect me and what I represent. The result is probably a logo-failure by professional standards, but one I really enjoy looking at. It is a stylized concrete arch bridge over a body of water.
Diary of a Grand Juror in Placer County
As I conclude two years on the Placer County Grand Jury I’m struck by how the experience was so completely different than I could have ever imagined. There were periods of intense frustration, brought on by my own personal view of organization and commitment, and moments of satisfaction that we were reporting on important aspects of local government. My experience was not unique. All the Grand Jurors I served with felt alternatively gratified by our work while carrying the weight acrimonious debate and fellow jurors who failed to carry their work load.