New Cards for Medicare Recipients Will Omit Social Security Numbers

The New York Times By ROBERT PEAR APRIL 20, 2015 WASHINGTON — Concerned about the rising prevalence and sophistication of identity theft, most private health insurance companies have abandoned the use ofSocial […]

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Have you seen the new Senior Directory of East Tennessee?

The Spring 2014 Senior Directory of East Tennessee has an abundance of information and resources for all of your questions. This edition features Trevor Bayne (NASCAR driver) on the cover […]

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Do you qualify for a Medicare Cost Sharing Program?

   Medicare Cost Sharing Programs Qualifying Individuals (QI 1) Brief Description Cost sharing assistance for low income Medicare beneficiaries. You must meet criteria for one of the other Medicaid categories […]

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Is Retirement in your near future?

 We can provide peace of mind and safety, so you can put your toes in the sand. Fixed annuities are essentially CD-like investments issued by insurance companies. Like CD’s, they […]

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Social Security Benefits and filling the gaps

Social Security Benefits and filling the gaps Earning Survivor Benefits To qualify for Social Security survivor benefits, you must have accumulated enough Social Security credits through work. In general, the […]

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Apply Online for Medicare – Even if you are not Ready to Retire

Apply Online for Medicare – Even if you are not Ready to Retire  You should, if you: Are within three months of turning age 65 or older; Want to sign […]

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