As we all get ready for this holiday season we wanted to take a few minutes to thank you for your trust and loyalty this past year. It’s been a busy and eventful year for all of us. We can't believe that 2017 is flying by so quickly.
This time of year is always so busy with the holidays, family get togethers and various events. As a result, it’s easy to postpone financial decisions until the new year. Keep in mind that timing is especially important when it comes to making tax-related moves that may reduce what you owe when the filing season rolls around.
The holiday season, which is just around the corner, is a great time to derail your budget. However, there are plenty of mobile apps that can help you manage your budget and still save money since they are always with you. Here are a few to help you stay within your budget this year.
This year open enrollment is only six short weeks, from November 1 to December 15, so make sure that you begin the sign up process early.
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
September is Life Insurance Awareness Month, the perfect time to learn about the importance of safeguarding your loved ones’ financial futures. No one likes to think about “what if.” What if something happens to you? What if something happens to your partner or parents? You need to consider how your family would do financially if, […]
As you already know, it’s imperative that you protect your credit card and Social Security number. However, it’s also important that you are equally careful about sharing your private health data. Your best protection against health insurance fraud and scams is being informed. Here are a few things to consider to protect yourself and your […]
Every health insurance plan comes with prescription drug coverage. Whether you need to treat poison ivy, a back pain, or chronic high blood pressure, there’s a prescription for you. But, not every health insurance plan covers every prescription, and if you’re not careful, you may end up paying a lot out of pocket for drugs. […]
It has happened to all of us – an illness, an injury or you wake up in the middle of the night with intense abdominal pain. When something like this occurs, we’re often unsure about where to go for medical care, especially if the symptoms seem severe and our regular doctor’s office is closed. While […]
Whether you’re getting your annual wellness exam or having your cholesterol checked, it’s important to keep up with your recommended screenings in order to catch small health problems before they become big ones. Make sure you get all of your annual health check-ups and exams. If you still need some additional tests, make your appointments […]
Talking with your loved ones openly and honestly, before a medical crisis happens, gives everyone a shared understanding about what matters most to you at the end of life. Why talking matters Sharing your wishes for end-of-life care can bring you closer to the people you love. It’s critically important. And, no matter how difficult, […]
For many of us the Memorial Day weekend is the start of the summer activities, which means more time outside enjoying all sorts of activities. Here are some safety tips that we put together to help you stay safe this summer. Beat the Heat Did you know your body is constantly struggling to disperse the […]
On Jan. 1, 2011, the first of the 78 million baby boomers turned 65. Since then another 10,000 boomers a day will reportedly reach that milestone between now and 2030. If you are about to turn 65, then it is time to think about Medicare. Delaying your enrollment can result in penalties, so it is […]