Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Celebrates ANCO Insurance’s New Waco Office

Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting at ANCO Insurance

  Waco, Texas (February 24, 2023) – ANCO Insurance, a Texas-based full-service insurance agency offering personal, business, and employee benefits solutions, celebrated the grand opening of its new Waco office with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, February 23. More than 40 clients, employees, Greater Waco Chamber members, and community leaders were on hand to celebrate […]

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Wellness Programs from Medical Insurance Carriers

Wellness programs offered by insurance companies.

  Depending upon your medical insurance carrier, you may have access to wellness programs. A wellness program can excite, motivate and incentivize you to make healthier decisions and take real action when it comes to taking care of your physical and mental health. Here is a list of carriers we work with and their programs: […]

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Employers: ACA Deadlines Approaching

Upcoming ACA Reporting Deadlines for Forms 1094/1095 Annual ACA reporting deadlines for employers that sponsored group health plans in 2022 are approaching. Applicable large employers (ALEs) with 50 or more full-time equivalent (FTE) employees in the prior year who sponsored group health plans (whether insured or self-insured) must comply with IRC Section 6056 reporting in […]

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Protection from Surprise Medical Bills

No surprise medical bill act

An unexpected medical bill is one surprise no one ever wants to receive. As of January 1, 2022, the No Surprises Act protects patients from surprise bills for most emergency services, non-emergency services from out-of-network providers at in-network facilities, and services from out-of-network air ambulance service providers. With this new protection to prevent surprise medical […]

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ANCO Insurance Launches New Office Location in Waco, Texas

  Waco, Texas (October 14, 2022) – ANCO Insurance, a Texas-based full-service insurance agency offering personal, business, and employee benefits solutions, is pleased to announce the official opening of a branch office at 1227 N. Valley Mills Dr., Suite 227 in Waco, Texas. “Like our other offices across the state, our new office in Waco […]

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Why are car insurance rates increasing?

We often get calls from folks asking why their car insurance rates are increasing, even if they have not had any accidents. There are many factors that determine car insurance rates, including the type of car you own, the zip code you live in and your credit score, but there are also some “hidden” factors […]

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Tips for Condominium Owners

Insuring a condominium unit is more complicated than insuring a single-family home, because condo ownership involves laws and contracts that affect the way insurance should be provided. If you own a condominium, here are some tips you can use to be sure your investment is protected. There is no way to arrange insurance on a […]

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Public Adjusters

Question: A customer recently asked us about their building which suffered significant damage in a hail storm. They were contacted by a public adjuster and wanted to know if they needed to hire a public adjuster to deal with the insurance company. When you report a claim to your property insurer, the insurance company assigns […]

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Mergers, Acquisitions and Name Changes

If you are planning on acquiring [or merging with] another business, changing your entity name, or changing our organizational structure you need to contact your insurance agent as soon as possible to let them know about these changes. Your insurance policies must be changed before you begin to operate under a new name or legal […]

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Keeping Up With Building Codes

A customer recently learned that the city building code requires automatic fire sprinklers for their building and asked if their property insurance would pay for installation of a sprinkler system. Your commercial property insurance policy responds only when your building is damaged by a covered cause of loss, so it won’t help pay the cost […]

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