Recently, I was quoted in Planadviser: “We’ve had a surge of teachers wanting to talk about retirement since COVID,” Bamburg said in an interview with PLANSPONSOR. “It’s normal for some teachers to retire...Read More
Check out the latest insurance happenings, information about our workshops and important news that might impact your health insurance, retirement or investments. And once in a while, we may throw in some Fun Facts from The Staff and office antics! So keep checking in. We’re glad to have you reading along.
ARTRS has sent letters to members stating that an agency email account was accessed by an unauthorized individual. ARTRS hired an independent computer forensic investigating service to determine the extent of the unauthorized activity....Read More
We were sorry to read this week that Mr. George Hopkins will resign as ATRS Executive Director at the end of this year. One of our owners, Mary Alice Hughes, has worked with active and retired school employees since January, 1995. She...Read More
Every fall, our staff fields questions about Medicare Open Enrollment. As we prepare to help our clients review their 2019 Medicare plans and options, we are sharing some useful information to explain the Medicare enrollment process....Read More
Insurance rates for school employees to remain the same in 2019 Recently, the State and Public School Life and Health Insurance Board voted to keep insurance rates for school employees the same in 2019. This is the second year in a row...Read More
This week marks the beginning of a new school year for Arkansas public and private school employees and students. Most classroom teachers are wondering where the summer went, while most parents are trying hard to contain their...Read More
Do you have a love-hate relationship with the beginning of the school year? Love the routine and schedule, but hate the early mornings, long days and not feeling like there is enough time to de-stress? There are huge benefits to easing...Read More