YOUR HEALTH IDAHO
WHO ARE SOME OF THE
WE WORK WITH ?
Is Alzheimer’s, Type 3
This is a fairly new
finding on the relationship between two health conditions.
Read about it here...
*HEART DISEASE & STROKE TIPS
Real Life Reasons
Why LIFE Insurance?
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Life Insurance 'How To'
PREVENTION ~ NUTRITION ~ WELLNESS
Turning 65? Call Us!!
Medicare Questions? Call Us!!
'AEP' 2017 Enrollment
Medicare Special Enrollment
Supplement/Medigap Plan, which will it be?
The Idaho ACA Insurance Exchange:
What is a Buy/Sell Agreement and why is it so important to a business.
Medical Savings Account-
Idaho has this great tax savings plan. It
is called the MSA or Medical Savings Account.
It is like the HSA but for
State Tax purposes. Did you ever wish you could write off your Health
Well you can now and much more....
Savings for Yourself!
Affordable Care Act 'ACA'
Open enrollment for 2017 ACA Health Insurance begins Nov. 15, 2015 and ends on
SUGGESTION: If you
are applying for a tax credit and want a January 1st effective date; have
your application completed and paid
for by December 5th.
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FIND HELP NEAR YOU,
To find an
ACA Health insurance
serve INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS, FAMILIES & SENIORS from IDAHO
purpose is to inform and help Answer your questions
& Concerns regarding Life, Health, Medicare, Dental, Vision, Hearing and Long Term Care Insurance. We want you to feel comfortable while looking for the correct insurance for your
needs. We understand how insurance can be daunting and confusing, therefore, we want to help you with what you need and no more. Thank you...
' Worry is not good preparation, and Hope is not a good strategy.'
MEDICARE SUPPLEMENT NEWS!
Read Newspaper Article below....
ARE YOU PAYING TOO MUCH FOR YOUR MEDICARE
Do you have a Medicare MOOP?
Find out... ~
A General Definition of Insurance
- A promise of compensation for specific potential future
losses in exchange for a periodic payment. Insurance is designed to protect
the financial well-being of an individual, company or other entity in the
case of unexpected loss. Some forms of insurance are required by law, while
others are optional. Agreeing to the terms of an insurance policy creates a
contract between the insured and the insurer. In exchange for payments from
the insured (called premiums), the insurer agrees to pay the policy holder a
sum of money upon the occurrence of a specific event. In most cases, the
policy holder pays part of the loss (called the deductible), and the insurer
pays the rest. Examples include car insurance, health insurance, disability
insurance, life insurance, Long Term Care Insurance and business insurance.