New Medicare Card: What You Need to Know

Open Enrollment is coming soon and with it will bring you a new Medicare card. Medicare is mailing new Medicare cards to all people with Medicare. Your new card will automatically come to you, so long as your address is … Read More....

Medical Marijuana and Health Insurance

Medical marijuana has been gaining popularity across the US. According to the Washington Post, 80 percent of doctors support use of medical marijuana. In addition, over 90 percent of patients claim it helps with their particular conditions. Regardless of the … Read More....

Can Your Retirement Plan Handle Rising Rates?

Now that the Federal Reserve has raised interest rates a quarter of a percentage point, you may be wondering: What does this mean for my retirement account? In the short term, as both, stock and bond markets react to the … Read More....

Medicare Open Enrollment

Fall Medicare Open Enrollment will be here before you know it. At that time you can change your Medicare coverage for the coming year to better meet your needs. You can do this by joining a new Medicare Advantage Plan … Read More....

10 Illegal Medigap Practices

Are you or a loved one nearing Medicare age? A Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap) policy, sold by private companies, can help pay some of the health care costs that original Medicare doesn’t cover. This includes copayments, coinsurance and deductibles. Some … Read More....

Nearly 75% of Baby Boomers Aren’t Ready for Retirement! Are You?

Only 24% of baby boomers reported that they are confident they will have enough savings to last through retirement in a survey conducted by the Insured Retirement Institute (IRI). This statistic has fallen from 36% in 2012. 41% of all … Read More....