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Sandy Praeger, retiring Kansas Commissioner of Insurance, will be honored at a public reception from 10 a.m. to noon Monday, Dec. 22, at the Kansas Insurance Department, 420 SW 9th Street, Topeka.
(Read news Release )
Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger has received the National Association Of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) President's Award for distinguished member leadership. (Read news release )
Commissioner's Corner for December 2014:
Then-now insurance comparison shows Kansas insurance accomplishments
Commissioner Praeger shares statistics that show changes in the insurance industry over her three terms in office. (Read Commissioner's Corner )
Sandy Praeger, Kansas Commissioner of Insurance, today announced the retirement of four of her division directors. Leaving the office December 5 will be Marlyn Burch, life division; Neil Woerman, information technology; Steve O'Neil, consumer assistance; and Ted Clark, anti-fraud. (Read news release )
Zachary J.C. Anshutz, assistant commissioner, will be leaving his post at the Kansas Insurance Department to accept a position with Advisors Excel LLC, a Topeka-based independent insurance marketing organization. (Read news release )
Health Insurance Marketplace premiums effective January 1, 2015 have been posted on insureKS.org. Follow the link and select county and age to see all new Marketplace rates available.
Kansans who want to compare health and dental plans and then purchase them through the Affordable Care Act's online marketplace can do so starting on Sunday, Nov. 15, the beginning of the second online open enrollment. (Read Commissioner's Corner )
The Kansas Insurance Department is taking steps to find a balance between increasing costs of long-term care and consumer concern over long-term care insurance premiums. (Read Commissioner's Corner )
Our primary responsibility is to you, the people whose personal lives or business endeavors are protected by an insurance product in the state of Kansas.
If you have questions or concerns about insurance, please contact our Consumer Assistance Division by calling toll-free 1-800-432-2484 (in Kansas only) or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sandy Praeger - Commissioner of Insurance