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Here's a question we get asked a lot: what happens when you leave the state. Will your health insurance work or not?
Another question from our ever evolving line of Q&A's.
Welcome to our first Q&A video!
Just a quick reminder to all our readers that the time to begin looking for new Medicare begins today. Contact us for assistance in learning about the plans available to you for next year.
Every year, Medicare gives you the opportunity to change certain insurance plans. But do you need to act? Here's a handy guide on what you should look at this year.
Brief description of how Medicare covers some commonly requested preventative services.
Some ways you can reduce your Prescription Drug costs.
One of the most expensive diseases affecting older Americans today is diabetes. Learn about what Medicare pays for and how to get more information.
Will your insurance work when you travel? Good question. Here's the ins and outs of using your insurance when you go out of town.
How does Medicare meet the ACA's requirement of Minimum Essential Coverage? This brief article explains.
When you are sick, the key to getting better is having a great doctor. Here is some information on selecting a doctor based on the insurance you have.
Here are a list of 5 more common questions you should seek out answers to when choosing an insurance plan.
One of the most common things we get asked by clients and potential clients alike is that all-important question, "will my doctor take this insurance?" Here we explain what kind of insurance is taken by which doctors.
Some people are being charged higher Medicare premiums than others due to reported income from two years ago. If you have recently experienced a decline in your income, here are some possible ways to avoid the Medicare adjustment.
Normally, before a person makes a decision, they read a list of frequently asked questions (FAQ's). However, there's a list of questions people SHOULD ask but don't. Here's a list of 5 FAQ's to ask.
Here are some little things you can do to ensure you get an accurate result in finding a prescription drug plan each year.
One of the things that perplex our clients most are the letters on a client's Medicare card. Here's a brief description of the most common Medicare numbers and what the letters mean.
Medicare recently Every year, Medicare's deductibles and cost sharing change a bit. Here is a breakdown of these changes for the coming year.
A breakdown of the premiums for Medicare Part B in 2016, who pays more, who pays less, and why.
The Medicare Trustee Report was recently published and shows some high increases for several Medicare costs going into 2016. This explains what the costs are projected to be at this time, and who it might affect. And why most people shouldn't panic.