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The deadline to enroll is near

The deadline to enroll in an Affordable Care Act (ACA) plan for 2021 is fast approaching. From now until Tuesday, December 15, you have the opportunity to renew or change your plan under the ACA umbrella. After that date, you’ll need a qualifying event to enroll. A qualifying event is the equivalent of a life change…losing healthcare...

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Should you get cancer coverage?

The reality is, as we age, we’re more likely to get cancer. In fact, according to the American Cancer Society, 80% of all diagnosed cancer in the United States is among people 55 and older. The Kaiser Family Foundation reports that the median out-of-pocket cost for cancer drugs exceeds $8,000. And many insurance plans these days have higher...

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Dental and vision coverage can be cost effective

Most people will tell you that after their regular health benefits, dental and vision benefits are of the greatest value. Anyone without them may find it difficult to overcome the cost of regular cleanings and preventative exams. The good news is, even if your employer doesn’t offer paid benefits, dental and vision coverage can, in many...

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Prescriptions covered

When we choose a health insurance carrier for coverage, prescriptions are often an important part of the puzzle. A benefit to working with me to find the coverage that works best for your situation is that I can help you determine if your medication is covered by a particular plan, or not. If it isn’t, I have the resources in place to find you...

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HealthMarkets Insurance Agency offers access to short-term insurance options

You may never think about how important your healthcare coverage is until you don’t have it. Young adults who have aged off their parents’ plan, people going through divorce, people switching jobs, early retirees, and anyone who missed the ACA enrollment period may find themselves without the benefit of health insurance. But there’s no...

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