Prepare now for Long-Term Care

Richard Hale

Richard Hale

Marketing Director at Merriam Insurance Agency
Rich joined Merriam Insurance in the spring of 2017 as the Marketing Director. He earned a BA in English Literary Studies from the University at Albany, and has obtained his Six Sigma Green Belt certification from Motorola University.

Rich is most passionate about helping people understand the important benefits of working with an independent broker such as the Merriam Insurance Agency. It is his mission to ensure clients know where they can gain access to everything they would need, should the unthinkable happen.

When he's not working, Rich enjoy's spending time with his two teenage children and their golden retriever Alfred.

Marketing Director
Schenectady, New York

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Richard Hale

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The majority of Americans will spend time in a nursing home or other long-term care facility at some point in their lives, but most have done nothing to plan for this event. Given the current options for addressing long-term care, they may carry the bulk of the burden personally. Currently, 12 million Americans...

Health Insurance Renewal Season

Shannon McMeel

Shannon McMeel

TPA Services Representative at Merriam Insurance Agency
Shannon McMeel

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Health insurance renewal season is upon us once again. Every year in recent memory there has been an increase of premium which can be scary and frustrating. The Merriam Agency can ease the frustration of determining which health plan will bring the best overall value to your company and your...

Employer Mandate Delayed Again

The Obama administration delayed the implementation of the so-called employer mandate by a year, initially pushing the requirements off until 2015, past the midterm elections. However, in what is seemingly a concession to business, Treasury Department officials announced on Monday, February 10th that the administration would not enforce the rules across the board next year.