I saw your Facebook post regarding a foundation that is supposedly going to provide several diabetes medications for free. Can you confirm and explain the program and details?
Do you consult with couples in their early 60s doing financial retirement planning for health care costs until we reach Medicare at 65? I want to budget those costs for the next few years and get an idea of what we can expect to pay for Medicare and a Supplement or Advantage Plan as well.
I’m a retired teacher, turning 65 soon and eligible for the Health Options Program, aka HOP. There are several choices in medical and prescription plans. I don’t understand all the differences or what plan or plans are the best options, including dental. Can you advise us retired school employees?
In this podcast Aaron discusses how to add on Prescription coverage to Advantage Plans and Supplements. As the costs of medicines go up, this is a strategy that we are all going to need to implement for coverage.
I wanted a Supplement but wasn’t sure I could afford one, so I took a $0 premium Advantage Plan HMO. Now I’m scared I made the wrong decision. I’m a type 1 Diabetic with complications. Can you help advise me please?
I want to address small business owners whose revenue has been drastically reduced as well as those who have been laid off and are either losing health insurance or can no longer afford it.
When should those of us turning 65 start to plan for Medicare? What steps do we need to take? Contact The Health Insurance Store for more information.
Interested to find out how much of your Medicare or Supplements pay for Skilled Nursing, Assisted Living or Nursing Home Services? These are big topics that Aaron Zolbrod owner of The Health Insurance Store tackles in this informative Tribune Review Article. Maybe you didn’t read it in the paper, you can always view it on The Health Care Store Website.
I and thousands of other US Steel Retirees are confused. We are provided an Advantage Plan. Calls to US Steel, Aetna, and the United Steelworkers Union all end up with the same response. “If you drop, change, or enhance the plan, you can never get it back”. We have no dental or eye protection that retired seniors drastically need. Is there any plan or supplement available that won’t break the bank?
My husband and I are investigating making a switch from an Advantage plan to a Supplement, if we qualify, and have several questions which we’ve not yet seen addressed in your columns: