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What Medical Bills are Tax Deductible for 2019?

1 out of 4 people struggle with paying medical bills. Find out if you’re eligible to receive a tax deduction to help reduce this financial burden.

The Safest Vehicles to Buy in Model Year 2020

When it comes to purchasing your next vehicle, safety is likely tops on your list. Here’s a short list of the vehicles that earned top marks from the two leading safety agencies.

This is Why You Pay Taxes on Employer-Sponsored Disability Insurance

Employer sponsored long-term disability insurance is arguably the most important insurance you have. So why are you being taxed on the premium?

Life vs. Accidental Death Insurance

Life insurance and accidental death and dismemberment insurance are often confused with on another. Learn how each serve an important role in your financial well-being.

Benefits of Dental Insurance

The benefits of enrolling in a dental insurance plan include no-cost preventative services, negotiated pricing, and help paying for many dental procedures.

Are You Ready for Your Insurance Review?

Let’s start 2020 right, with a review of your insurance needs. I know that I always bring this up around this year, but that’s because I believe it’s so important to take a half hour or so for a quick call to review your insurance needs.

Save on Your Premium

We all need insurance which means we all have premium to pay. We’ve compiled 9 top tips to reduce your premiums without sacrificing coverage.

What Happens if You Miss Medicare Open Enrollment?

Missing the open enrollment deadline can result in having inadequate or costly coverage. However, you may still be able to make Medicare coverage changes without waiting until 2020 (although there is no guarantee).

Good News: Part D Donut Hole Closes in 2020

For stand-alone Part D prescription drug plans, the maximum allowable deductible for standard Part D plans will increase to $435 in 2020, up from $415 in 2019. The out-of-pocket threshold (where catastrophic coverage begins) will increase significantly, from $5,100 in 2019 to $6,350 in 2020 (the copay amounts for people who reach the catastrophic coverage level […]