When you partner with us, you will quickly discover there really is a difference in insurance brokerage and it’s all about our people. From our principals to our staff of responsive professionals, we are committed to exceeding your expectations and pride ourselves in understanding your business needs and exposures.
We want our clients to feel secure in the knowledge that their insurance premiums are competitively priced, their coverages are comprehensive and appropriate for their risk exposures, and perhaps most importantly, that they have aligned themselves with an insurance brokerage firm committed to providing a service model unmatched among our peers.
For more than eighty-five years, Roblin Insurance has served as a trusted advisor and valued partner to all types of businesses. You can be certain that we will go the distance for you - demanding the best value and delivering the best service.
Earning your confidence every day. It’s more than just a slogan.
It is our promise to you.
Roblin Named Top Broker for the Third Time.
New Mass EMAC/"HIRD" Update for Employers
Massachusetts Governor Baker signed fiscal 2018 budget legislation containing $400 million in new assessments on MA employers to help close the budget gap in the financially strapped MassHealth program, which is facing a projected $600 million deficit. The new assessments were accomplished by the expansion of the current Employer Medical Assistance Contribution (EMAC) and the creation of a new, temporary EMAC Supplement.
Roblin Insurance recently hosted this timely, one hour live webcast examined the new Mass EMAC Supplement, corresponding regulations and the latest developments regarding the new Employer Healthcare Coverage Form. Our featured Speaker was Rick Szczebak, Esq., Of Counsel to Parker Brown Macaulay & Sheerin, PC in Foxboro, MA. A link to the Webinar audio & handouts are below:
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Real ID is Coming
REAL ID is a Federal Security Standard for IDs that was created in 2005 as a result of increased federal security measures after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
REAL ID will be available beginning March 26, 2018; however, you will not need a REAL ID until October of 2020. If you have an active passport and don't mind carrying it, you will never need a REAL ID. After October of 2020, you will need either a passport or REAL ID when you fly in the U.S. or enter certain federal buildings.
Many Massachusetts residents may not need a REAL ID. To find out if REAL ID is right for you, answer a few questions here. Watch this video for more detailed information on REAL ID and Standard credentials and what you need to get one.
Remember, you don't need a REAL ID until October of 2020!