Stock Up On These Hearty, Nutritious Fall Superfoods

Fall is a time of harvest and bounty. As the leaves change color overhead and the weather cools down outside, grocery store shelves and farmer’s market stands start to fill up with some of the most amazing fruits and vegetables available. Whether you’re looking to load up your shopping cart or thinking about growing and harvesting a garden of your very own, here are eight…

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Medicare Supplement Insurance (But Didn’t Know to Ask)

Every day, ten thousand Americans turn 65 years old, making them eligible for Medicare benefits. Many of these Medicare beneficiaries could benefit from the remarkable flexibility, savings, and coverage levels offered by Medicare Supplement insurance plans. But it can be hard to know how to get started. And, in fact, studies suggest that many Medicare beneficiaries might not even be aware that they have coverage options…

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Original Medicare Vs. Medigap Vs. Medicare Advantage

Every day, 10,000 adults in the US reach age 65, making them eligible to enroll in Medicare. But for many, this process only brings with it more confusion and nerves. According to a study from the National Council on Aging, more than a quarter of respondents expecting to start Medicare said that they feel “nervous” about enrolling; another 14 percent described themselves as “overwhelmed.” What’s…

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Preparing for Open Enrollment 2019

Trying to get ready for the health insurance Open Enrollment Period for 2019 and not sure where to start? Let’s talk all things Open Enrollment: dates, key information to know, and the steps you can take to prepare in advance. “What Is Open Enrollment?” The Open Enrollment Period (sometimes shortened to OEP) is the one time of year when the Health Insurance Marketplace is open,…

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I’m Turning 26. How Do I Find a Health Insurance Plan?

Turning 26 should be a time to celebrate with family and friends. But for millions of people around the country, turning 26 means something a little more intimidating: losing health insurance coverage through their parents’ plan. Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), young adults are allowed to remain covered by their parents’ health insurance plans up until they turn 26 years old. So, for many…

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