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Have all your Medicare questions answered

If you’re on Medicare, chances are good you’ve already started getting phone calls and a pile of mail about your policy—and it’s not even open enrollment time, yet. Open enrollment happens from October 15 to December 7. During that time, you can make changes to your plan or enroll in a new one. It’s a busy few weeks, and, for many...

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Planning ahead with Medicare

If you’re on Medicare, chances are good you’ve already started getting phone calls and a pile of mail about your policy—and it’s not even open enrollment time, yet. Open enrollment happens from October 15 to December 7. During that time, you can make changes to your plan or enroll in a new one. It’s a busy few weeks, and, for many...

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Understanding at-need vs. pre-need planning for final resting places with Knollwood Cemetery

Pre-need planning for a final resting place can and should be done in a family-oriented environment well in advance of need. Pre-need allows families to establish their future plans without emotional involvement or leaving the family to wonder what your wishes might have been. At-need situations are very difficult, emotionally filled times for...

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Meet HealthMarkets Agent Kathy Carvin for a pre-review of your Medicare options

If you’re on Medicare, chances are good you’ve already started getting phone calls and a pile of mail about your policy—and it’s not even open enrollment time, yet. Open enrollment happens from October 15 to December 7. During that time, you can make changes to your plan or enroll in a new one. It’s a busy few weeks, and, for many...

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Getting an early start on estate planning

Nobody thinks they’re going to die young, until they do. And that’s the thing about death—it doesn’t discriminate. While most of us who’ve advanced in years, have kids or have accumulated any assets typically address estate planning at the onset of life’s events, millennials and Gen-Xers tend to ignore the idea that they might...

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