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2
Aug

Understanding the Basics of Medicare Supplements

WHAT IS MEDICARE? Medicare is the federal health insurance program for people who are 65 or older, certain younger people with disabilities, and people with End-Stage Renal Disease. It is divided into Parts A, B, C and D. The different parts are organized to help cover specific needs. Part A Part A is Hospital Insurance …

6
May

Three Reasons Attorneys Don’t Insure Their Income (But actually should)

An attorney’s ability to work and earn an income is most likely his or her most valuable financial resource. With a 25% chance of becoming disabled before retirement1, Disability Insurance is a vitally important way for attorneys to replace a portion of their income if he or she can’t work for several months or more …

29
Jan

Understanding Deductibles

Understanding your deductible makes budgeting your healthcare far easier.

27
Jul

The Difference Between PAI and Life Insurance

Do you know the difference between personal accident insurance and life insurance?

9
Jun

What Are My Options if I Lose Healthcare Coverage?

Are you losing your health insurance coverage soon? Don’t worry – you still have options.

8
May

Long-Term vs. Short-Term Disability: What’s the Difference?

Understanding long-term and short-term disability can help take your family’s financial stability to the next level.

21
Apr

What You Need to Know About Personal Accident Insurance

Accidents happen to even the most careful of people. Personal Accident insurance protects you and your family in the case of accidental death or dismemberment.

15
Apr

When Should You Review Your Life Insurance Needs?

Learn which big life changes require life insurance policy updates, from the State Bar of Texas Bar Private Insurance Exchange.

6
Apr

Dental Costs With and Without Insurance

From basic cleanings to fillings and crowns, dental insurance can cut your out-of-pocket dental costs significantly. You may be surprised how much you can save.

2
Apr

The Unexpected Costs of Medicare

If you are on Medicare in Texas, be sure to understand the hidden costs, and consider adding a Medicare Supplement policy to cover what Medicare doesn’t.

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