Can I Save Money on Medicare?

After turning 65, and enrolling into Original Medicare, there is a period of time where you are able to change your plans. Many folks choose to change plans to get more benefits. The biggest reasons we hear for people wanting to change include not having enough benefits for routine vision, hearing or dental. Additionally, people who are traveling internationally are realizing that they don’t have any coverage - even with [...]

2020-11-25T22:58:30+00:00Medicare, Retirement|

What Does Medicare NOT Cover?

As you turn 65 and start utilizing your Medicare, you will find that while there are plenty of things your Medicare covers, there are things it doesn’t cover. If you are coming off an employee health care plan, you might be surprised to learn that Original Medicare, Parts A and B, don’t cover everything your employer plan did. This doesn’t mean you can’t get coverage for those things, it simply [...]


Find a Medicare Plan You’ll be Thankful For

Every year for Thanksgiving, we fill up our plates with turkey, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce and gather around the table to eat with loved ones. We talk about football, the weather, family memories, and even, Medicare? We tend to turn to family and trusted friends for advice on any big decision. This includes what Medicare plan and insurance carrier they should go with. Considering the fact that once you [...]

Will Medicare cover Naturopathic Treatments?

Natural medicine is becoming more and more popular, and more and more recognized. People are seeing the value in holistic and functional medicines and opting to work with naturopathic doctors over traditional, western doctors. Naturopathic medicine is a system that uses natural remedies to help the body heal itself. It embraces many therapies, including herbs,  acupuncture, and chiropractic services. The goal of naturopathic medicine is to treat the whole person [...]


Do I Need Medicare If I’m Not Retired?

Life is expensive. Bills add up quickly; cable, subscription services, gas, phones, gym memberships, and handfuls (and handfuls) of others. Because of this, many Americans are working past the age of 65, bumping their retirement age back further and further to afford the cost of living associated with modern day living. If you are still working at age 65, here are a few things you need to know about signing [...]

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