Q - I joined NTANA to buy professional and general liability insurance. What do I do to keep my insurance?
A - All NTANA members are entitled to purchase professional and general liability insurance at our special wholesale rates. You will have your own agent to help you obtain the best pricing available. You will work directly with the company.
A - Former Associate Members are now called Affiliate Members.
Q - I was an Internet Member. What am I now?
A - Internet Members are now called Associate Members.
Q - I was an Insurance Member. What am I now?
A - Under the new system NTANA does not handle your insurance for you. You work directly with the insurance company. All NTANA members qualify to purchase professional and general liability at special wholesale prices. The only difference is you buy insurance directly from the insurance company.
A2 - Former Insurance Members can join as an Affiliate Member to receive the same benefits you formerly received. By becoming an Associate Member you will receive many more valuable benefits.
Q - I was a Professional Member. What am I Now.
A - You will have the same benefits if you join as an Associate Member and buy your insurance directly from the insurance company at NTANA's special prices.
A2 - You also have the option of becoming a Professional Member under the new Membership Classifications. See Membership Benefits
A3 - Professional membership is the best long term solution for any small business in the health, wellness and nutrition business. It's also the best solution for any health, nutrition or wellness business that markets and sells products of any kind. See Our Articles for More Information
Q - I'm an aromatherapist, where do I get insurance?
A - Aromatherapists have their own association now because you're in a different insurance group. AEOEA offers you the same benefits NTANA offers.
Q - I'm a biofeedback professional, what's going on?
A. Biofeedback is in a different insurance group. BANA is now handling that. We suggest you take the time to read about other alternatives such as stress management coach and relaxation therapist. See BANA Articles.
Q - I'm a naturopath, where do I get insurance?
A - Naturopaths now have their own insurance group. TNEAA offers you the same benefits TNANA does.
Q - I'm a homeopath, where do I get insurance?
A - Homeopaths now have their own ins urn ace group handled by CHCEA. You'll have the same benefits there you had with NTANA.
Q - How legal is being a private association?
A - The consensus of constitutional experts is it's the best way to legally do business the way you want to do business. See Private Health Associations
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