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A Look At Social Security And How It Effects You

Social Security effects virtually everyone. You’re either old enough to collect it or you’ve been paying for it your entire working life. But how much do you know about Social Security and how it effects you? Understanding Social Security becomes even more important as you approach retirement age – even if you don’t plan on retiring. Continue reading

Battling Depression

Depression is one of the largest health concerns facing the medical community today. It affects hundreds of millions of people worldwide and the number of diagnosed patients is increasing twenty percent each year. Depression takes its toll not only on the mind but on the body as well. Sadly, only a small fraction of those who show signs of clinical depression are receiving treatment for the disease. This is an increasing concern because depression is most prevalent in people ages 45-68. Continue reading

Do You Know What to Look for In a Medicare Advantage Plan?

What to Look for In a Medicare Advantage Plan

Everybody wants great benefits at a great price. When you’re choosing a Medicare plan, make sure you understand the benefits and all of the costs. Read all the information and don’t hesitate to ask plenty of questions. Some of the benefits you want to look for are:

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Did Your Current Medicare Advantage Plan Drop Your Primary Care Doctor and Specialists?

Now that we’re halfway through Medicare’s annual enrollment period, you’re most likely doing some side-by-side comparisons between all the different Medicare Advantage plan options you have in front of you. While benefits may vary from plan to plan, one very critical thing to keep in mind is whether your primary care doctor and specialists are still in your plan’s network. Continue reading

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What to Look for When Comparing Medicare Advantage Plans

When shopping for the right Medicare Advantage plan, it’s easy to get lost in the fine print. Many of the copays and benefits are straightforward, but some of the plan features may also really help you save both time and money. For example, a plan that doesn’t require you to get a referral to see a specialist means that you could avoid paying two copays (one for your primary care physician and the other to the specialist). When comparing plans, this type of added value may help you save money in addition to providing you with the best benefits that are suited to your needs. Continue reading