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It’s Disability Awareness Month – Make Sure It’s Part of Your Plan for Facing the Unexpected

May is disability awareness month, a reminder that it’s important to evaluate if disability insurance is part of your income protection plan. Disability insurance provides financial protection at stressful time and is very different from other insurance products. An illness or injury can happen to anyone. Disability insurance pays you a portion of your salary […]

Help Your Doctor Help You

When your doctor asks you how you’re doing, he or she is not just being polite. Your doctor wants to know what’s going on in your life. Going to the doctor isn’t fun, but not communicating with him or her can be a critical mistake.  That’s why it’s important to share what’s going on in […]

Commonly Asked Questions About Life Insurance

When it comes to life insurance, most people have more questions than answers…but what happens when you don’t even know what to ask? We thought we would help you start the conversation. We’ve created a list of the most common questions and concerns that most people ask us on a regular basis. Give us a […]

It’s Medicare Open Enrollment Period: Are You Ready?

Now that it’s Medicare’s Annual Election Period (AEP) you can switch your Part D or Medicare Advantage plan. Also known as open enrollment, it happens every year from October 15 to December 7, for a plan taking effect January 1. During Medicare Open Enrollment 2018 you cannot do the following: Join Part B, unless you […]

Four things to know about Medicare Open Enrollment

Medicare’s Annual Election Period (AEP), also known as open enrollment, happens every year from October 15 to December 7. Here are four things to consider about this Annual Election Period. After you read this give us a call with your questions. 1) Medicare Open Enrollment is for Switching Plans Medicare Annual Election Period Open Enrollment […]

It’s Time to Take a Walk!

Instead of being a nation of people that sit around, the U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy, wants Americans to get out and walk. Why walking? Fewer than half of all U.S. adults get enough physical activity to reduce their risk of chronic disease. Physical inactivity contributes to heart and lung disease, diabetes and cancer, […]