If you were eligible for and enrolled in Medicaid as part of the “Families First Coronavirus Response Act” (FFCRA), you may soon receive–or have already received– notification of a discontinuation of coverage. Ark Insurance is here to help you understand those changes and make sure that you and your family will continue to receive healthcare […]
About Rebecca Yates
Rebecca Yates is a published author, licensed insurance broker, consultant and owner of Ark Insurance Solutions, LLC. She has been working in the health insurance industry since 2004. Before starting Ark in 2010, Rebecca worked for a diverse range of organizations including insurance brokerages, aerospace engineers, emergency medical suppliers, and technology consultants. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Westminster College and is currently serving on their Alumni Board, along with various committees at the college. She also serves on the board of Vest Pocket as Vice President and is a graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program and is serving as secretary on their alumni board. Her expertise in the field has set her up as a resource and reassurance to her clients, many of whom are small business owners themselves. She is passionate about providing the best appropriate coverage for her clients, both taking time to assess their individual needs and create unique plans that offer the best value.
Rebecca is the mother to two beautiful girls, loves to travel, garden, read and is a DIY enthusiast.
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Congress recently passed a $1.7 trillion omnibus package which includes two provisions regarding telehealth and long-term care. The package allows individuals to use existing retirement accounts to pay up to $2,500 each for long-term insurance without a 10% early withdraw penalty tax. In addition, they have included a two-year extension of telehealth-related “regulatory flexibilities”, known […]
The Kaiser Family Foundation estimates that the “family glitch” currently affects more than 5.1 million Americans. Due to the narrow way that the IRS interpreted the affordability of health coverage as outlined in the Affordable Care Act (ACA), many people who haven’t been eligible to get ACA tax credits and affordable insurance through the Healthcare.gov […]
They could mean great rates on group health insurance, and if the medical loss ratio is low for your company, you might actually get a rebate check from your plan administrator. If you own a small business, you understand the challenge of finding affordable, quality health insurance coverage for your employees. The Kaiser Family Foundation […]
Spring is a time of renewal. Trees are budding, flowers are blooming and we tend to clean house with windows open, dusting off winter. One area of house cleaning you may not think to dive into is your beauty products. Keeping your products clean, and getting rid of old products, is important not only […]
Jason Woodland interviews CEO Rebecca Yates discussing what she does for Ark Insurance Solutions clients as well as her contributions in the health insurance industry on a national scale. Listen in here: https://youtu.be/gV6w9fOCa5o From Jason Woodland: Welcome to interview #45 of Always the Journey TV with Rebecca Yates, CEO of Ark Insurance, […]
CEO Rebecca Yates recently sat down with the hosts of the Cre8tivity podcast. They talked about all things health insurance, focusing on freelancers and businesses, as well as family coverage. Get to know Rebecca and learn how you can get the best health insurance plan to meet your needs. Listen in here: http://utahpodcastnetwork.com/2020/09/20/cre8tivity-107/ […]
COVID-19 vaccinations are a major tool to help us return to normal. There is a lot of information out there about the COVID-19 vaccines—and many people you know may have questions or concerns, or lack accurate information about the vaccines. You can play a key role in helping those close to you navigate this topic. […]
The foods and beverages you consume have a significant impact on your health. Diet-related chronic diseases—such as cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes, obesity and some types of cancer—are prevalent among Americans and pose a major public health problem. In fact, 60% of adults have one or more diet-related chronic diseases. Every five […]