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When to Enroll In Insurance

When to Enroll In Insurance

Health insurance is one of those things that most folks don’t really think about until they need it. While health insurance is a necessity, it can be difficult or impossible to obtain outside of set enrollment periods. Knowing the firm deadlines can help you stay on...
Local Help to Navigate your Medicare Enrollment Process

Local Help to Navigate your Medicare Enrollment Process

How having an agent on your side can make all the difference. It’s a situation we see often: Mr. Client is turning 65 in a month and Mrs. Client, who is already on Medicare, knows the Annual Enrollment Period is starting soon. Between the two of them, they’ve received...
10 Things You Should Know About Medicare

10 Things You Should Know About Medicare

  Answers to your questions about Medicare like, What’s covered, Enrollment deadlines, Free Services, and more. The Medicare program was signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson on July 30, 1965. Former President Harry S. Truman and his wife were the first...
Medicare FAQ | Your Insurance Gal

Medicare FAQ | Your Insurance Gal

1. When am I eligible for Medicare? After you have been a resident of the United States for at least 5 years and are over the age of 65 (or qualify for coverage due to a long-term disability). 2. When is Medicare Annual Enrollment for 2022? Annual Enrollment for 2022...
How Medicare Benefits You

How Medicare Benefits You

  If you’re nearing your 65th birthday, eyeing retirement, or just planning for the future, it’s a good idea to have a grasp on what Medicare is and how it works. For most people, it’s a great option for covering medical costs into your later years. Here are some...
How long before you turn 65 do you apply for Medicare?

How long before you turn 65 do you apply for Medicare?

The short answer: Three Months. A little explanation: Medicare enrollment begins 3 months before your 65th birthday and continues to the end of the 3rd month after your birth month. If you aren’t already enrolled and receiving Social Security, you will need to sign up...