Danielle’s VoiceAmerica Interview

Our agency is frequently contacted by radio and internet talk radio stations for discussions on Medicare. We love participating in these interviews because it gives us a different medium in which to reach Medicare beneficiaries who might be feeling confused about radio. The following segment, Taking the Mystery Out of Medicare: What You or Your […]

6 Reasons Not to Fear Medicare

Moving on to Medicare after a lifetime of insurance through your employer can be a scary thing. We often meet people who have unnecessarily double or even triple-insured themselves simply out of anxiety over how Medicare will cover their healthcare needs. Some will even ask us – is Medicare good or bad? Having worked with […]

Tricare and Medicare Advantage

Tricare for Life (TFL) is the health insurance program for qualified military retirees and their beneficiaries. It functions as a supplement, or wraparound, for people who are enrolled in Medicare Parts A and B. What this means is that Medicare will be your primary insurance, and after Medicare its portion of your bills, it will forward […]

Does Medicare Cover Dental?

Many people are surprised to learn that Medicare does not cover dental care – at least not in the manner which you or I are used to. During our working years, we often have access to dental coverage through our employer’s group health insurance plans. On those plans, we get benefits to cover the cost […]

How Does Medicare Work with Small Group Insurance?

If you are still working when you turn 65 and first become eligible for Medicare, you have a big decision to make. Should you keep your employer health plan? And if so, should you also enroll in Medicare? How do the two plans coordinate?  Would it be cheaper if you leave the company plan altogether […]

Medicare Supplemental for Veterans

Veterans Medicare benefits work the same way as anyone else’s Medicare benefits. Veterans, however, can opt to get their care at VA facilities instead of civilian facilities. A common question we get from these servicemen is whether they must enroll in Medicare supplemental coverage. The short answer is no, but you might strongly consider it […]

Learning about Medicare Online

Learning about Medicare is probably one of the most procrastinated of all tasks surrounding retirement. After all, who wants to focus on health insurance when there are so many more fun things to learn about in your spare time? Considering the confusion that exists for people new to Medicare, I often tell my staff that […]

Medigap under Age 65

People who qualify for Medicare under age 65 due to a disability have different choices for supplemental coverage. This is because our federal law does not require insurance carriers to sell a Medigap policy to you if you are not yet 65. Depending on where you live, you may not be able to buy the […]

Medicare Advantage vs Medicare Supplement

Because Medicare doesn’t cover everything, many people buy additional insurance to bridge the gaps. After all, who wants to come up with a $1260 deductible each time you enter the hospital? Or shell out 20% of the cost of an expensive MRI? There are two main types of private insurance that you can buy to […]

Medicare Limits on Physical Therapy

Part B helps to pay for outpatient physical therapy benefits as well as occupational therapy and speech-therapy.  Services can be provided by therapists in private practices, outpatient hospital departments, skilled nursing facilities or from therapists who are part of rehabilitation agencies. What many people don’t realize is that there are certain limits that apply to […]

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