Don’t Rely on Medicare for your Long-Term Care

More than half of Baby Boomers (56%) believe Medicare will pay for long-term care. Are you one of them?

As the need for having a retirement plan in place becomes more urgent, don’t neglect to make sure you are taken care of in the event that you need long-term (custodial) care.

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Why You Should Consider a Cancer Insurance Policy

Limited access to much-needed medical care that is specific to cancer is a common story. The best thing you can do is make sure you have a good health insurance policy in place that have no gaps in coverage, but if this isn’t possible, a cancer-specific policy may be for you.

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Life Insurance

The REAL Reasons You Buy Life Insurance

There are many logical reasons for purchasing life insurance. One of them is that it is a cornerstone of a well thought out financial plan.  But let’s get real, life insurance is not for you, it is for your family and it is one of the most selfless gifts you can give the loved ones you will leave behind. 

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Having a Helping Heart

A Heart for Helping

Insurance can be difficult. When you are doing your research, you have so many questions that it can be overwhelming and trying to answer those questions on your own can take you down a rabbit hole that, more often than not, creates more questions. This is where I step in.

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Oral Health for Overall Health

Poor Oral Health: The Silent Culprit

Good oral health is so much more than a nice smile and teeth that don’t hurt.  There are many ways that the health of your mouth relates to your overall health.  It is important to maintain good dental hygiene to keep a positive connection between your mouth and the rest of your body. 

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Retirement and Healthcare Costs

Healthcare Expenses Can Cramp Retirement Plans

When we think about retirement, we often have visions of traveling, spending more time with family and maybe even picking up a new hobby.  We do not want to cloud those rosy visions with planning for potential medical needs, but the reality is that considering these issues will be a big portion of successful retirement planning. 

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Why would you switch your Medicare plan?

The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) is upon us. Beginning October 15th and ending December 7th every year, this period is your opportunity to review what you currently have and choose a new plan. But should you?

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What is Medicare's Annual or Fall Enrollment Period

Medicare Annual Enrollment Basics

You have probably been seeing and hearing a lot of advertisements mentioning ‘Fall Enrollment’ or the ‘Annual Election Period’ coming up for Medicare beneficiaries. What does that mean?

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