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10,000 A Day

Every day 10,000 of us turn 65 and, whether we continue to work or not, we need to address our Medicare eligibility.  Should we enroll in Medicare or not?  If we enroll, do we enroll for all of the letters (A, B, C, D) or just some of them?  Do we enroll in a Medicare...

ACA Light

Currently not all employers can afford to provide health insurance to their employees and not all employees can afford to pay their share of the premium for coverage when it is offered. Add to that the following: some employees qualify for individual health insurance...

Compliance Is Not An “Option”

Now that we know that there will not be a swift dismantling of the Affordable Care Act I believe it is time to address the compliance issues currently facing all employers who offer benefits to their employees. The DOL is rumored to have plans to conduct more ERISA...

The Lull Before The Storm

  We have received many questions about the changes that will occur in health insurance coverage with the change in the Administration.  People are most afraid of pre-existing conditions clauses re-applying and they are trying to make the best decisions possible...

Individual Health Insurance Update: 2017

Many people have been disappointed and angry about the direction individual health insurance coverage has gone.  Promises of being able to keep what we had if we liked our plans and indications that premiums would go down have not been kept. Rather, plans have become...

Medicare Open Enrollment is Coming Again!!!

Saturday, October 15 marks the start of the 2017 Medicare Open Enrollment period, but what does this really mean? All individuals who are enrolled in Medicare Part C plans (also known as Medicare Advantage plans) and / or who are enrolled in Medicare Part D plans...