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Medicare Open Enrollment

Medicare Open Enrollment is from October 15 – December 7. Follow these tips to ensure you’re not paying too much or missing out on necessary benefits.


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Unhappy With Medicare?

Medicare Open Enrollment is October 15 to December 7. If you’re unhappy with your current coverage, now is the time to act.


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Got the Obamacare Blues?

Open Enrollment is upon us. That means it’s time to evaluate your healthcare options. Since 2012, the months of November through January have become a stressful time for many for that very reason.


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Bridge Medicare Gaps

Whether you’re looking for your first Medicare plan, or are a current recipient looking to supplement your Medicare plan, a common problem exists. That problem is gaps in coverage leading to out-of-pocket expenses.


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Medical Bankruptcy

60% of bankruptcies are related to medical bills and 75% of those filing bankruptcy for medical reasons had health insurance, according to a 2007 Harvard study.


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Missed Open Enrollment?

Obamacare Open Enrollment for 2016 ended on January 31. If you didn’t get a chance to buy an Obamacare plan or purchase health insurance privately that met ACA requirements, you still have some options.


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Hidden Obamacare Costs

Approximately 16 million adults with a chronic condition have skipped doctor visits because they’re worried about cost, according to a survey from SCIO Health Analytics.


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Paying the Tax Penalty?

If you’re paying the Obamacare tax penalty because you missed open enrollment and you don’t have an ACA-approved healthcare plan, you may be worried about medical expenses.


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5 Ways to Save

Your dentist will be the first to tell you how important it is to come in for checkups, cleanings, and treatment. They probably won’t tell you how much it’s going to cost you.


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Congress Misled Us

Years after the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was signed into law millions of Americans are still under-insured or paying hundreds of dollars in premiums and out of pocket costs just to receive healthcare services.


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