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Are you eligible for Medicare?

By Steve Duffy - December 11, 2019

Medicare is health insurance for individuals 65 years of age or older or individuals under the age of 65 with certain disabilities. You may qualify under the...

Getting acquainted with Medicare options

By - November 25, 2019

If you approaching Medicare eligibility, you will have choices to make. Health insurance can play a pivotal role in your health and wellness, but it can have an equally...

Getting to Know Medicare Part C

By - November 23, 2019

When you are eligible for Medicare, you can choose to get your Part A and Part B benefits through Original Medicare or Part C, also known as Medicare Advantage. Medicare...

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I wish I’d known this before I bought my plan…

Helpful things callers learn from our sales agents

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There can be penalties if you don’t sign up for Medicare Part B when you’re first eligible to enroll.

Andrew Sivatjian
V.P. of Medicare Sales & Licensed Agent
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Some people think they’re stuck with the first plan they choose. They’re not. They can change to a new plan during the enrollment periods.

Silvia Barrera
Sales Manager & Licensed Agent
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I often explain to callers who are concerned about the cost of prescription drugs, that there are specific plans that can help reduce how much they have to pay.

Mark Laemmert
Medicare Site Leader & Licensed Agent