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Monti is the owner of Hancock-Leavitt Insurance Agency. He loves working with with the local community and protecting their personala nd business assets. Monti enjoys high school football and is a volunteer announcer for Mogollon High School.
Josh is an insurance agent for Hancock-Leavitt. He first worked as an intern at Leavitt Group while attending SUU in 2006. After graduation he took a producer prosition at Hancock-Leavitt. Josh enjoys spending time with his family, camping, boating, and playing sports.
Tammy Matthews is a Customer Service Representative for Hancock-Leavitt. She specializes in commercial lines insurance. She has been with Hancock-Leavitt for the past 17 years. Tammy lives in Snowflake, AZ with her husband and three boys.
Georgia is a Customer Service Representative specialized in personal and commercial lines insurance. She has worked at Hancock-Leavitt Insurance for the past 8 years. Georgia loves spending time with family in the outdoors on their small ranch. Georgia also loves NASCAR.
Melanie is a Customer Service Representative specializing in commercial lines insurance. Melanie and her husband have seven children, and eight grand-children. Melanie enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, reading, and do anything outdoors.
Debbie is a Commercial Account Manager at Hancock-Leavitt. She has been with Hancock-Leavitt for 40 years, and has seen many changes in the industry. She enjoys spend time with her family, especially while camping, hunting, and attending sporting events her grandchildren participate in.
Brook has worked at Hancock-Leavitt for a year as an Account Associate. She went to MCC and ASU where she played softball. She lives in Taylor with her husband and two children. She loves hunt, fish, and play sports with her family.
Lori is a Personal Lines insurance agent for Hancock-Leavitt in Heber, Arizona. She has worked for Hancock-Leavitt for the past 14 years. Lori and her husband have three daughters, and two grandaughters. Lori loves the outdoors, and adventures.
Lois is a Customer Service Respresentative specialized in personal lines. Lois has over 14 years of experience in business management and law. Lois lives in Snowflake, Arizona with her husband and their four children. She loves to travel, especially to the beachfront.
Mckenna in the receptionist at Hancock-Leavitt. McKenna lives in Snowflake, Arizona near her family. She attended USU in Logan, Utah. She loves to travel, especially to Europe! Her favorite destination so far is Ireland.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued two final rules on how employer wellness programs can comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA). Both rules were published in the May 17, 2016 Federal Register, along with Question-and-Answer documents for ADA and GINA, and Fact Sheets for […]
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
by Lisa Klinger, J.D. and Susan Grassli, J.D. This is an updated and revised version of the prior article on the same topic, which was posted on Feb. 9, 2015. The penalty amounts of $2,000 and $3,000 annually have been indexed for inflation and in 2016 are $2,160 and $3,240 (2015 amounts were $2,080 […]
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
The 2017 Benefits and Payments Parameters Final Rule rule is 538 pages and covers numerous topics. This article highlights some that may be of particular interest to employers, such as 2017 maximum OOP limits, continued "no minimum participation requirements" special enrollment for small employers, numerous exchange issues, and others.
Sunday, May 22, 2016
On April 29, 2016, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released Revenue Procedure 2016-28 to announce the inflation-adjusted limits for health savings accounts (HSAs) for calendar year 2017. The IRS announced the following limits for 2017: The maximum HSA contribution limit; The maximum deductible amount for high deductible health plans (HDHPs); and The maximum out-of-pocket expense […]
Thursday, May 5, 2016
While life insurance is essential for taking care of family members when you die, it can also be a critical strategic tool when it comes to wealth management.
Thursday, April 21, 2016
Incident rates are a very useful tool for companies to use in benchmarking their performance. Developing these benchmarking tools can be a very helpful first step in monitoring your safety performance.
Thursday, March 31, 2016
Are you aware that civil penalties for all employer violations of OSHA regulations will be increasing this year? While an OSHA citation can be costly, the health and safety of employees is on the line when safety standards are not enforced in the workforce.
Tuesday, March 22, 2016