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December

Health Insurance: Better, Cheaper, Safer

Pat Robertson, founder of the 700 Club, interviews Paul Zane Pilzer to discuss “Health Insurance: Better, Cheaper, Safer” for the Christian Broadcasting Network, December...
 
23
December

Soundview Executive Book Summaries

SOUNDVIEW EXECUTIVE BOOK SUMMARIES – DECEMBER – 2005 Why We Like This Book: “The New Health Insurance Solution explains in layman’s terms how readers...
 
20
December

The Perfect Storm of Opportunity

The emerging industries of wellness and network marketing are combining to create today's-and tomorrow's-new wealth.
 
12
December

What To Do If You Are Self-Employed – Forbes Magazine

"The solution for healthy self-employed individuals is simple, according to author Paul Zane Pilzer. These folks should buy a high-deductible individual or family policy...
 
23
November

Breaking From The Group

The individual insurance market showed up overnight. If you explain the cost savings to small employers, they immediately stampede for them. This can be...
 
23
November

Getting Cheaper Health Coverage – New York Daily News

Seek Insurance Sales Across States By Margaret Price New York Daily News Writer Paul Zane Pilzer offers living proof that even economists can have...
 
20
November

A Tale of Two Industries – Success From Home Magazine

Two major forces have converged to create one of the greatest entrepreneurial opportunities in the history of our nation.
 
31
October

New Reporting Rule May Drive Health Savings Accounts

INVESTOR’S BUSINESS DAILY – OCTOBER 31, 2005 Retirees Eat Up Funds Private accounts will cut costs, offer choice, says economic adviser By Gloria Lau...
 
4
October

Should Workers Consider Individual Insurance? – Newsweek

Most Americans have employer-sponsored health insurance, but entrepreneur Paul Zane Pilzer says individual plans are often a better bargain—if you’re healthy, that is.
 
25
September

When To Choose an HSA – The Wall Street Journal

What's a health savings account? If you asked a lot of people, they'd say it's something like an individual retirement account for health...