From AMAC’s President, Dan Weber
YOU WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN MOST STATES IN THIS ELECTION!
Seven states are so close that the control of the senate is in balance.
Many governors are running for re-election and the control of state legislations hangs on...
‘Despite polls that show a majority of Americans are unhappy with Democratic policies’
WASHINGTON, DC, Oct 31 – The mid-term Senate elections – once considered a sure thing for Republican incumbents and contenders – are shaping up to be a...
What do you do when there’s something important that needs to be done, and you need to get someone to do it? In a successful organization, you find someone who has the ability to do the job, and you let them do it. It sounds simple.
A business has to do a...
The Medicare Annual Open Enrollment Period ends December 7, and AMAC is here to help you with your Medicare questions. Because plans make changes to their benefit packages every year, even people who are currently satisfied with their plan should review...
AMAC Town Hall Spotlight, OK-01
By AMAC Vice President of Government Relations, Andy Mangione
Rep. Bridenstine (OK-01) addresses more than 80 AMAC members in Tulsa, OK, earlier this month.
There are over 4,300 AMAC members residing in Oklahoma’s 1st...
As the second open enrollment period rolls around, here are a list of things you need to know to about the Affordable Care Act and open enrollment:
Open enrollment begins 11/15/2014 and ends 02/15/2015.
If you want your coverage...
from AZ Central – by Mark Pribish
If you want to help ensure a happy holiday season — whether you own a business or are a consumer — it’s time to boost your Identity Theft Aptitude because identity-theft criminals are especially active from...
By Mike Fuljenz –
My friend Gary Alexander interviewed former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan at the recent New Orleans Investment Conference followed by a panel with Greenspan and others. In his closing question during the first one-on-one...
by – D.J. Wilson
Ghost towns are true monuments of days-gone-by. Though intriguing, they remain a far cry from imagination-fueled images of villages filled with creepy ghosts and the walking dead. While one may envision a haunted town taken over by...