Green Insurance Agency
Are you turning 65 soon, retiring from work after age 65 or going on Medicare early due to being disabled by the Social Security Administration? Odds are you are being bombarded with mail, phone calls, emails, noticing commercials on TV, noticing billboards or having people like Bill knock on your door! Where can you get help to navigate this puzzle?
Your Initial Enrollment Period for Medicare can be down right aggravating, especially if you are like most people and start when you turn 65! The good news is that you can have a local resource who will explain Medicare in as much detail as you desire.
There are a plethora of options when it comes to health insurance. It really comes down to what you and your specific situation.
As brokers we can help you narrow down those choices to help you find the BEST fit for you!
One of the highest costs associated with any medical plan is a Hospital stay. There are many costs to consider including getting to the Hospital, being admitted and the unforeseen financial costs to the family.
Who is going to take care of your loved ones once you’re gone? How will they replace your income, pay off debts, cover your final expenses?
We can help design the right plan for you so you don't have to worry about it anymore!
We help with all of this
No matter what your situation is we can help you understand the coverages you currently have as well as help you understand what else is available to you!
What is Medicare?
Medicare is health insurance for two groups of people. The first is those age 65 plus as well as those who are medically disabled by the Social Security Administration. People who are eligible for Original Medicare are eligible to pair it with either a Medigap (also known as Supplements) and Part D plan or a Part C or Medicare Advantage. Some of these plans include: Dental, Vision, Hearing and Fitness Memberships. We will discuss general information about Medicare and coverages available to go along with it. You can request a personalized one on one meeting with the form below.