We know how confusing Medicare can be, especially when you are unhappy with your existing plan and looking to make changes for the better. That’s why our Medicare experts put together a list that will help you get the most out of your healthcare! Use these 10 tips when you are enrolling or making changes to your Medicare Plan.
Most people become eligible for Medicare at age 65. If you are around your 65th birthday you probably feel pretty special due to the amount of calls and mail solicitations you are getting. The experience can be daunting and overwhelming. If you received your Medicare card via a disability claim or Retired after age 65 your options are still the same once you receive your Red White and Blue Medicare card.
The coronavirus pandemic that emerged in 2019 shares many similarities with the seasonal flu. Nonetheless, there are several minor differences between them. With all eyes on the spread of coronavirus and the massive amount of media coverage, a sneeze or cough may make you think “Do I have COVID-19?”. It is common to think like that, but you should understand the differences between the flu and coronavirus.
83% of Life Insurance buyers say they did not purchase as much life insurance as they would have liked because it’s too expensive. However, these consumers believe that insurance costs nearly three times as much as the actual price. Why is that?
Getting a prostate cancer screening isn’t always a top priority for men. But this preventative measure matters. Find out why you should request a prostate cancer screening during your next doctor’s visit.
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