I Did It My Way!
Whether you are turning 65, 26 or perusing your health care options while traveling, there are plans with you in mind. Protecting your assets through life insurance, legacy or cataloging your data for a beneficiary, peruse the following categories for simplistic answers for all your coverage concerns.
Know your options.
Medicare coverage remains a mystery not only to seniors who have been participating for years, to persons with disabilities as well as to boomers currently enrolling. Part A, Part B, Medicare Supplement, PDP, donut hole and more expressions contribute to the confusion. Our explanation, Medicare 101 is designed to simplify not only what Medicare covers but outline all the options to which you are entitled. [LEARN MORE]
Utilize the living benefits
Life insurance guarantees, embodied in the evolving products and riders offered today, promote a living benefit as well as protection in the death benefit; as a resource to fund large purchases monies to access for college, a long term care asset, or a source to supplement retirement without income tax ramifications. Acquaint yourself with the varied product offerings on the life insurance tab. [LEARN MORE]
Don't wait to use your travel insurance to discover the pitfalls of many products offered. Many require you to pay upfront and apply for reimbursement after returning home. Some even require you to collect from supplemental benefits before they will even entertain your claim.Our carrier wants to know the moment you are using medical services abroad so, to negotiate the fees on your behalf[LEARN MORE]
Think about the future.
Find out why a "Will is Not Enough" as well as other resources available to you in succession planning. In certain cases, leaving a legacy to your favorite charity or church may generate less estate tax owed. Complimentary consults are available to evaluate your exit strategy for potential liabilities. [LEARN MORE]
THE LITTLE BLACK BOOK
With all the hustle and bustle of our everyday lives, the family has grown from living in multi-generational units under one roof, to living in different states. With this geographical separation, children and parents are removed from the intimacies of each other's daily lives and when our loved ones become incapacitated or pass, a will is not enough. As one of the most comprehensive archives of a person's life, this book is a tool to bridge the gap. [Purchase]
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