Thursday, Dec. 13, 2007
Featured MBA Member Benefit: MBA Insurance Agency
What's in it for you?
MBA Insurance Agency President Terence Welsh and his customer-focused team are prepared to help you develop customized policies to address your professional and personal coverage needs. As an MBA member, you can benefit from insurance designed by lawyers for lawyers. And, you receive exclusive, significant discounts on a variety of plan options. The MBA Insurance team aims to work to provide high quality, competitively-priced products for Massachusetts practitioners, so you can more appropriately focus your energy on the practice of law.
To learn more about the following or other products to meet your professional or personal coverage needs, visit the MBA Insurance Web site or call (617) 338-0581 or (413) 788-7878.
Group Term Life Insurance: In addition to a long term policy, new members enjoy FREE coverage for the first six months;
Professional Liability: Not only does this provide comprehensive coverage for you as a practitioner, coverage extends to your role as a board member of a non-profit organization, if applicable;
Individual Disability: Through Guardian and MassMutual, “own occupation” definition of disability is available. The contract is guaranteed renewable to age 65 and is fully portable;
Long Term Care: In addition to coverage for MBA members, it is available to their families on a simplified basis. Also, an unlimited benefits period is a coverage option;
Health Insurance: Offering a range of coverage options from Tufts, Harvard Pilgrim and Blue Cross Blue Shield; and
Dental Insurance: Plans are available at competitive prices down to one attorney.
Join the MBA Insurance Agency for a free workshop on Tuesday, Dec. 18
No Health Insurance yet? What penalities will you need to pay beginning Jan. 1, 2007?
Find out at the MBA Insurance Agency's free workshop on Tuesday, Dec. 18 from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the MBA, 20 West St., Boston.
Massachusetts Health Reform requires that all uninsured residents of the commonwealth obtain health insurance. If you are not covered by your spouse's plan or by an employer sponsored plan and have not purchased health insurance on your own, you will lose your personal tax exemption for 2007. The penalties for 2008 are much greater and are certain to get your attention.
The purpose of this seminar/workshop is to give you the necessary information to make informed decisions about your health insurance. If you have employees for whom you provide health insurance, we will let you know what your responsibilities are to them. This luncheon meeting will cover the following:
General outline of the rules governing health reform;
Your responsibility to obtain health insurance;
Sources for coverage - names and numbers;
Sample plans and sample rates; and
Questions and answers.
Terence J. Welsh, CPCU, AIS
President, MBA Insurance Agency, Springfield
Robert A. Levitt, CLU, CHFC
MB Insurance, LLC, Springfield
There is no cost to attend this workshop. Lunch will be provided.
To register, contact Member Services at (617) 338-0530 or via e-mail by Friday, Dec. 14.