Signing up for Medicare can be a difficult and expensive process if it’s not handled correctly. The timing can be especially important. Because original Medicare parts A and B come from the federal government, they’re not as easy to work with. They don’t issue temporary ID cards and they prefer to run everything through… Read More


Part C in Nevada is also known as Medicare Advantage. These plans range in price depending on the insurance company you enroll in. As of today, almost every insurance company offers a plan with a $0 premium in counties like Washoe. Also, these plans usually include Part D drug coverage at no extra cost. Simply… Read More


If you live in Reno and are eligible for Medicare, you may qualify for a Medicare Supplement Plan G. Medicare Supplement Plans, commonly referred to as Medigap Plans, work with any doctor or hospital in the nation that accepts Medicare. The Plan G in Reno is the highest form of Medicare coverage for anyone who… Read More


Group Insurance Enrollments As a health insurance broker, our services do not stop at finding you a health plan. Owners and administrators can often be swamped with work and tasks that are difficult and time-consuming. Administering your health plan does not have to be one of them. Your insurance broker should be offering a host… Read More


HSA Plans and Deductibles Many people I speak with often focus on the deductible of the health insurance policy they are considering. The deductible can often be used to determine how rich or “good” the plan is. While this can often be the case, many people can be easily confused by HSA plans. These plans… Read More


Association Health Plans in Nevada These plans became a big part of the Nevada health insurance industry in 2019. Association plans were lower costing small business health policies that allowed industry related businesses to join together. When these groups of businesses pooled together, they could operate under one large group and get lower rates from… Read More


Is Losing Coverage Due to Nonpayment a Life Event? The short answer: no. Generally, losing coverage because you did not pay your monthly premium is not considered a qualifying life event. There are quite a few different life events that allow you to purchase health insurance midyear. While these life events are designed to help… Read More


As more seniors turn 65, Medicare Supplement plans and Medicare Advantage plans are now being closely scrutinized. Most people know original medicare parts A and B don’t cover enough. They don’t have an annual limit to the amount you could be paying for a hospital stay or other major services. The factors to consider when… Read More


As people get close to their 65th birthday, many insurance companies and salespeople will solicit them regarding Medicare. With how much mail is landing in your mailbox, it can be confusing when trying to understand all the insurance jargon. When people come into our office, one of the main questions we get asked about is… Read More


There are two main types of private Medicare plans: Medicare Advantage Plans and Medicare Supplement Plans. This article discusses the benefits of the Medicare Supplement Plan G in Nevada. In Nevada, people can only get Medicare Supplement Plans if they meet the following eligibility requirements: Enrolled in Part A of Medicare Enrolled in Part B… Read More