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Ask Your Pharmacist for The Cash Price!

A simple question at the pharmacy could unlock savings for millions of Medicare beneficiaries. Under a little-known Medicare rule, they can pay a lower cash price for prescriptions instead of using their insura...


Medicare Open Enrollment October 15th to December 7th

Whether groceries, health insurance, or anything else, everybody wants to get the best value for their money. And health care is no different—that’s why it’s a good idea to shop around for a plan. Cost is an im...


Medicare Supplements

  Enrollees agree that these plans offer improved  financial security and access to high quality care WASHINGTON, D.C. – Seniors continue to be overwhelmingly satisfied with their Medicare supplemental in...


Moving and on Medicare?

Are you moving to another state, or did you move recently? It’s probably a busy time for you, but you may need to complete a few tasks to make sure your Medicare and Social Security benefits continue smoothly. ...


Proposed cuts coming?

There are many changes coming to Medicare in 2020. These changes will impact all current and future Medicare beneficiaries. Below, we’ll review all of these changes to keep you informed regarding your Medicare ...


When to Retire?

Age 70. The second most popular target retirement age is 70 or older, and nearly a quarter of workers say they are planning to work until their 70s, Willis Towers Watson found. Waiting until age 70 to sign up f...


Over 65 and recently laid off?

If you recently were laid off, you are now needing to determine if you should go on COBRA or apply for Medicare Part B & D. The cost being on Cobra is extremely costly and will end in 18 months. Having Part...


Medicare Part B Costs

Part B costs Some people automatically get Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance), and some people need to sign up for Part B. If you don’t sign up for Part B when you’re first eligible, you may have to pay a late...


Do you owe a Medicare Part B Penalty?

If you didn’t get Part B when you’re first eligible, your monthly premium may go up 10% for each 12-month period you could’ve had Part B, but didn’t sign up. In most cases, you’ll have to pay this penalty each ...


Commitment to our valued customers.

How often do you hear from your agent? If you can’t remember quickly, then that may be a sign that it may be time for a change. With our agents, we reach out to you on average 6 times a year! It does not cost y...