Friday, November 06, 2015

Friday Spindle Clearing

In no particular order:

The Ohio Department of Insurance is touting its (not-so-new) lost insurance policy service, available to Buckeyes (and/or their beneficiaries) looking to see if Grams or Gramps had any unaccounted-for life insurance policies or annuities. It's a free service, but there's some paperwork involved.

The much-touted new Agent Hotline set up by the rocket surgeons in DC has turned out to be a big dud:

"A hotline set up ... to assist brokers with the public exchanges will only assist agents with user IDs, site registration and training questions — not client issues."

Which was to have been the whole point of the exercise in the first place.

Shocking, I know.

FoIB Jeff M tips us to this bolt from the blue:

"North Carolina consumers who buy their own health insurance are facing major price increases  ... it’s approved rates covering about 610,000 people that will be one-third to one-fifth higher in 2016"

Fortunately, that'll all be offset by the promised 3000% rate decreases any day now.


And now for something completely different:

The Pastry Artist's Adventure is a blog written (and updated frequently) by an aspiring pastry chef (and delightful young lady, to boot), currently in her 2nd year at the prestigious Sullivan University Culinary Arts program. It's fun to see the next generation of great bakers and chefs starting to spread their wings.
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