Why work with a Medicare broker?
The internet has changed much of how we go through our daily life. From ordering groceries online to scheduling you pet’s grooming appointment, access to online portals and websites have simplified how we do business.
As you know, there are numerous website sites, informational blogs...
Make sure you have the best Medicare plan for you, with a no-obligation insurance policy review.
It doesn’t matter what type of coverage you have; you should have your insurance plans reviewed annually. Your life changes, as do the plans you depend on to be there for when you need it.
During our review, the one question...
Did you know you can change your Medicare Supplement at your policy anniversary date, guarantee issue? If you live in the state of Missouri, this is an option for you!
The state of Missouri allows a guarantee issued policy change at your policy anniversary date. You can change your Medigap policy to another insurance...
What’s next after you are enrolled in Part A & Part B?
Let’s breakdown the basic coverages:
Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C)
Prescription Drug Coverage Plans (Part D)
Medicare Supplement Plan (Medigap)
Medicare Part A & Part B is considered original Medicare. It’s the foundation...
Wondering if you are eligible and what to do if you are? I’ve boiled it down to 3 easy steps:
Step 1 – Are you eligible?
You must be a U.S. citizen or legal resident. Legal residents must live in the U.S. for at least 5 consecutive years, including the 5 years prior to applying for Medicare; AND, one of the following:
Medicare… the dreaded M word. I talk with clients everyday that weed through marketing material just to get to the bottom of the stack and be more confused. Part A? Part D? Advantage plan? Part C? What does all these mean?
Let me help you navigate the “M” word… I mean I love the letter M! My name is Megan, my...
DISCLAIMER: We do not offer every plan available in your area. Any information we provide is limited to those plans we do offer in your area. Please contact Medicare.gov or 1-800-MEDICARE to get information on all of your options.