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Top 10 Blogs of 2014

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Top 10 Blogs of 2014


Updated: March 22, 2017    Published: December 29, 2014

It’s the end of the year, and time to look back on accomplishments from the last 12-months, and be grateful for the people and situations that helped you reach your goals. At, we’re saying thanks to our customers and readers who helped make our website and blog the successes they are. As a special thank you, we’ve put together the top 10 blogs that you viewed the most in 2014. We look forward to producing more great educational content in 2015!

  1. Infographic: Everything You Need to Know About Shopping for Health Insurance
  2. 9 Things You May Not Have Realized (And Need to Know Right Now) About 2015 Obamacare Enrollment
  3. 2015 Health Insurance Rates for New York State of Health
  4. Minnesota Announces 2015 Rates; Touts Lowest Obamacare Premiums in Nation
  5. Specialty Medications Mean Special Considerations When Choosing a Health Insurance Plan
  6. FOR SALE: Used Parachute. Never Opened. Half-Price or Best Offer.
  7. How is the Obamacare Tax Credit Calculated?
  8. Q&A With CEO, Jeff Smedsrud
  9. 2015 Health Insurance Rates for Colorado Health
  10. Where Do I Buy Health Insurance if I Live or Work in Two States?

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