Compare your options – Do you need Part D MedicareRead More
Spring has sprung! Warm weather reminds us of taking care of those things we put off during winter months. If you are a procrastinator like me, these items are still on your to do list….. 1. Dryer. Clean the exhaust duct and space under the dryer, and get rid of all dust and lint. Lint, if […]Read More
Wondering if you or a someone you know that is enrolled with a Medicare Advantage Plan can change plans? Special Election Periods (SEP) exist throughout the year. Examples of Special Election Period Situations Medicare Advantage (MA) enrollment opportunities exist throughout the year. Examples of actions that can create an SEP for clients include: • Moving […]Read More
When you become a car owner you are legally required to obtain insurance. You insurance is now a basic requirement and is part of your transportation expense, like fuel, tolls, and routine maintenance.
There are many ways to save money and earn discounts on your auto policy. Here are our top tips for keeping your insurance costs down.Read More
The Insurance industry is always looking to add new talent into the industry. Especially young, talented adults looking for long term careers. In a rebounding economy, the insurance industry may be appealing to those seeking a new challenge or career. Why? Well, let’s look at the facts: By the year 2020, the insurance industry will […]Read More
Should I buy Life insurance?
Many experts have agreed that Life insurance could be necessary for your sound future. It can be an important tool for your finances for the following situationsRead More
Now that our National Open Enrollment Period has ended, you are no longer eligible to enroll within the exchange or on a private health plan unless you have a Qualifying Event. What is a qualifying event or Special Election Period? What are your options post Open Enrollment.Read More