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Medicare 101

As you approach your 65th birthday, you may have noticed a dramatic increase in the amount of mail you’re getting—and the number of phone calls. That’s because people can select their Medicare plan before they turn 65. But choosing a Medicare plan may not be as simple as checking off a box. Do you go with Part A, Part B, Part C,...

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Students at Royalview Elementary rally around a classmate

Remember the old adage, “When the going gets tough the tough get going”? It’s alive and well this school year at Royalview Elementary in Willowick. In September, fourth-grader Miya was diagnosed with T-cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. She’s been undergoing treatment and her mother has not been able to work since the diagnosis...

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Open Enrollment Period for Affordable Care Act (ACA) coverage has been extended until Saturday, January 15, 2022

If we’ve learned nothing over the last year-and-a-half, we’ve been shown time and again how valuable health insurance coverage can be. Because there is a push to get more people insured, the Open Enrollment Period for Affordable Care Act (ACA) coverage has been extended until Saturday, January 15, 2022. If you didn’t qualify for...

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Give the gift of car care

No matter who you’re shopping for this holiday season, finding that perfect gift can be a real hassle. That’s precisely why we are rolling out a new gift card program this month. What could be more thoughtful than the gift of safety and security? We often have parents and grandparents asking about gift cards to send their college-age...

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Why you need a living will

Local elder law attorney Margaret T. Karl has been giving seminars and lectures throughout the Cleveland area for over a decade. She reports that one of the most frequently asked questions she gets from people is whether they should have a living will. “People often confuse a will with a living will, but they are two different legal...

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