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Posted by October 12, 2017on
Medicare is America’s health insurance program for people age 65 and older. It is funded with a portion of the payroll taxes paid by workers and their employers and premiums deducted by the government from Social Security payments. People under the age of 65 with disabilities or certain health conditions can also qualify for this program. Medicare can help with medical expenses, but it does... Read Article
Posted by September 29, 2017on
Breast cancer affects one in eight women, and it is estimated that about 220,000 women are diagnosed each year, according to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Thankfully, early diagnosis and treatment most often leads to a full recovery. Breast Cancer Awareness Month is an annual campaign to raise awareness of the disease and the critical importance of testing for early detection, as well as to... Read Article
Posted by August 4, 2017on
It takes hard work, dedication, creativity, and tenacity to get a small business up and running successfully, and it makes sense to have the right insurance coverage in place to protect it. In fact, purchasing business insurance may be one of the most important decisions you make. The right coverage can help prevent unforeseen events from ruining all you have worked so hard to build.... Read Article
Posted by July 3, 2017on
Approximately 10,000 Baby Boomers turn 65 every day, and most of them enroll in Medicare. People are searching the internet every day for the Medicare information they need. One of the most commonly asked questions is, “Do I need an insurance agent for a Medicare supplement plan?” Medicare is not as complicated as the new terms may make it seem at first. Information about Medicare... Read Article
Posted by June 1, 2017on
Medicare supplement insurance can help cover some healthcare costs that Original Medicare doesn’t cover. This coverage is sold by private insurance companies and is commonly known as a Medigap policy, as it is designed to fill in the gaps left by Original Medicare Parts A and B, including co-payments, co-insurance, and deductibles. If your visits to the doctor or hospital stays are fairly frequent and... Read Article