There are two different types of Medicare Plans: Medigap Plans and Part C Medicare Advantage Plans. The Medicare Special Enrollment Periods in Nevada have significantly different rules compared to group health plans or the individual and family market. Depending on your eligibility, you might qualify for a Medicare plan starting next month! Also, you may… Read More

Prominence Health Plan, a local insurance company in Reno, recently announced a partnership with Vera Whole Life. Vera Reno is scheduled to open its doors in April 2019. Members of Prominence Health Plan will have access to Vera Reno for many different services. As a result, Prominence members will have shorter wait times when seeing… Read More

Have you experienced long wait times at the doctor in Nevada? We have a solution for you! For years, people with health insurance policies in Reno have had difficulty finding available doctors. With people moving to Nevada every day, it seems like there aren’t enough doctors for our growing community. In the next few years,… Read More

In a world driven by online solicitations and telemarketers, we understand the importance of face to face insurance advice. Sometimes a phone call or email isn’t enough to get the answers you need. Our office is located in the middle of Reno, giving you easy access to face to face insurance advice. Our office is… Read More

The Social Security Administration recommends that consumers start shopping for Medicare in Nevada 3 months prior to Part B eligibility date. Before you start shopping for Medicare in Nevada, it is important to understand the entire Medicare process. People who want Medicare Advantage Plans or Medigap plans must enroll in both Part A and Part… Read More

Everyday I receive calls from Telemarketers soliciting me products I do not want. Just like you, our brokers are normal people. We do not like unsolicited telemarketing calls. When you visit our website, we do not share your personal information with anyone else. If you do not feel comfortable sharing your information online with us,… Read More

Open Enrollment ended on December 15th for coverage starting January 1st. If you missed Open Enrollment, you can still get coverage this year if you experienced a Qualifying Life Event. Qualifying Life Events are specific circumstances which allow you to enroll in coverage after the Open Enrollment period. Without one of these special circumstances, getting… Read More

More and more companies are offering employee health insurance to their full time workers. Furthermore, the individual and family market has limited options for health care. These individual market plans also have very high premiums and are paid with post tax dollars. Because of this, people are shopping for jobs that offer employee health insurance… Read More

Are you planning a trip outside of the country soon and need help with coverage? Fortunately, buying an international travel insurance plan is easy to and cost effective. These plans will help cover you while traveling in different countries or while on a cruise ship. Some major medical policies will give you limited coverage. Because… Read More

The Affordable Care Act was implemented in January 2014. Since then, rates have steadily increased each year making major medical policies very expensive. Not everyone qualifies for government subsidies which  forces them to spend thousands of dollars each year in premiums. Because of this, consumers are looking for alternate insurance options to help reduce insurance… Read More