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"Every year I would get so confused on what I was supposed to do or not do when it came to my Medicare Options.  Thank you for showing me, in everyday language, how simple my annual choices could be!"- M.Y.  Age: 72


The unsolicited testimonials we receive from our clients highlight the level of attention and integrity we offer every client. Our commitment to providing you with high quality service and excellent returns on your retirement funds is our driving force.


  • ​​​The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is getting ready to let Medicare Advantage plan issuers add major new long-term care benefits to their supplemental benefits menus.   Read more here:   ​

"I really appreciate you showing me there are great options available with my Medicare Supplements and Drug Plans.  I didn't really like the options I was getting in the mail and you were able to show me some great alternatives." - C.E.  Age: 65

"I had no idea where to go or who to talk to about Medicare and what happened when I turned 65.  Daryl was able to help me clearly understand my options and guide me in the right direction."- G.D. Age: 64
  • ​​​​​​​​Have you heard about the new Medicare cards? To protect your identity, social security numbers will no longer be used. New Medicare cards will be mailed soon! Click on the link to enter your email address to be notified when your new Medicare card is mailed and to learn more about the new cards.​

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June 2019: Social Security Error Jeopardizes Medicare Coverage For 250,000 Seniors.

At least a quarter of a million Medicare beneficiaries may receive bills for as many as five months of premiums they thought they already paid. But they shouldn’t toss the letter in the garbage. It’s not a scam or a mistake. Because of what the Social Security Administration calls “a processing error” that occurred in January, it did not deduct premiums from some seniors’ Social Security checks and it didn’t pay the insurance plans, according to the agency’s “frequently asked questions” page on its website. The problem applies to private drug policies and Medicare Advantage plans that provide both medical and drug coverage and substitute for traditional government-run Medicare.  Some people will discover they must find the money to pay the plans. Others could get cancellation notices. Medicare officials say approximately 250,000 people are affected.  Medicare and Social Security said they expect proper deductions and payments to insurers will resume this month or next. Insurers are required to send bills directly to their members for the unpaid premiums, according to Medicare.

  • Should you use a mail-order pharmacy?   A great article from The Washington Post detailing factors to consider.​

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