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What is the next phase of your healthcare is going to look like when you are 65

If you’re getting ready to turn 65, if you’re a fresh 65, or if 65 is on the horizon, you might have questions about what the next phase of your healthcare is going to look like. Understanding your options can feel a little confusing, but I’m here to help you navigate the choices—without the stress of having to go it alone. And the...

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Assess your Medicare needs

The Medicare Annual Enrollment period is from October 1 through December 7. So, why think about it now? If you already have a Medicare plan, now is a perfect time to have a needs evaluation. During your coverage review, we’ll go over your needs regarding prescriptions, doctors and hospitals and determine if they still match with the...

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Choosing your insurance coverage

Over the last year, many people may have found themselves permanently or temporarily out of work. With life as we know it back in full swing, a return to a previous job or the start of a new one may be on your horizon. If it is, healthcare benefits will likely play a role in your decision-making process. Some employers offer the traditional...

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Life Insurance can help keep your loved ones financially secure

The introduction of the American Rescue Plan Act has provided people who participate in an Affordable Care Act (ACA) health insurance plan the opportunity to save a considerable sum of money on their premium. For most Americans, plans for $10 after subsidies will be possible, with some people paying zero dollars.* If you are able to obtain a...

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Steven Lichtig could help your premiums be $0

With the introduction of the American Rescue Plan Act, people who currently participate in an Affordable Care Act (ACA) health insurance plan have the opportunity to make a change or save a considerable sum of money on their plan costs, if they act before Sunday, August 15. For about 80% of Americans, plans for $10 after subsidies will be...

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