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Not much to say here. Watch the video for important and timely info about how Medicare will be paying for this as well as other insurances in Ohio.
If you are planning on traveling during retirement there may be things to consider about your Medicare coverage. Get the facts and be prepared by reading more about this topic here.
Don’t overlook the importance of budgeting for healthcare after retirement. Here are some tips to ensure paying for healthcare is low on your list of concerns.
Changes coming to Medicare in 2020 could affect your supplement plan. Find out which new (and possibly old) supplement plans you're eligible for.
Outsmart the scammers and shady sales agents that exist in the Medicare world! Classic Insurance & Financial Services tells you how.
If you collect the right information, you’ll know exactly which Medicare prescription drug plan and which Advantage Plan will be the right choices for you in 2020. Classic Insurance & Financial Services spells out the information you need to have in hand.
If you take the right steps, pre-existing conditions won't prevent you from being eligible for a Medicare supplement insurance plan. Classic Insurance & Financial Services shares the steps you need to take.
Ready to retire? Make sure you take these important steps before you announce your retirement.
The last video in our series of things I learned: Costs are shifting, and not necessarily for the benefit of the client. And they aren't going down either.
In part 3, we discuss the ways people are having difficulty enrolling themselves.
For the second thing I learned, it is robocalling is getting INSANE! No one should be calling or robocalling you for Medicare advantage or Prescription Drug Plans. And if you are in Ohio, no one should be calling you about Medicare supplement insurance.
First of four videos about things I learned this year. Things you will find interesting.
Some news today says you Medicare is redesigning its Medicare.gov plan finder.
This question stems from confusion over what Medicare's rules are and what the ACA's rules are. Hopefully this can address some of the confusion.
It is a common misconception that in the states we serve, you must wait until the end of the calendar year to change your Medicare Supplemental Insurance. Here's what you need to know about when and how you can change this important coverage.
A new Q&A is up! This one is a fairly new question. But we are happy to answer it.
Another common question. Probably the #1 question asked. At least, if they aren't asking, they're thinking about it.
In news this week: Medicare gets ready to roll out new Medicare Cards for All!!
A question we were asked in one particular area during the last enrollment period. We wanted to put this out for all to see in case it comes up again.
A new feature: Medicare news and some commentary on how you can protect yourselves. This one is about an article that a combo drug has gone up by 2000% and the things you can do to protect yourselves.
Can a doctor change their network or drop your insurance? Find out here!
A question we never expected to get. But due to some industry changes, we got it a number of times this year. Here is the answer we gave whenever we were asked about it.
Our first video of 2018 is an answer to a frequent question we received last year. Dental: Preventative? Comprehensive? What's the difference?
What to do to resolve some prescription drug costs when they are unexpected.
In this video, we go over the basic steps to getting a billing issue resolved. We all get bills we were not expecting and this is the start of our process of how to resolve them.
In this video, we discuss how you find out of you have entered the coverage gap of the Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plans or if there are other areas of concern to check out.
This week, we discuss the methods for paying your premiums. All premiums, including Medicare supplement insurance, Medicare advantage, Medicare Part B, Medicare Part D, and even the IRMAA.
What is Medicare SELECT? In this video, we talk about the differences between a Medicare Supplement and Medicare SELECT.
What's my job? Why do I have it? Do you need to use me, or any other agent? If not, why should you consider it?