Understanding Medicare Supplements

Most Americans who are over the age of 65 rely on Medicare to cover their healthcare expenses. Unfortunately, the basic Medicare components (Parts A and B) are full of holes, and there are many different services that are not covered at anywhere close to 100%. This can leave seniors with huge out-of-pocket expenses for various…

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Helpful Tips for Safe Winter Driving

In Maryland and throughout the Northeast, driving becomes much more difficult during the winter months. Depending on where you live, you can expect to get at least a couple feet of snow overall, and there will also be many days when you may have to deal with freezing rain and ice. Driving on snow and…

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Insurance Changes to Consider in 2020

The New Year is the time when many people make resolutions and resolve to make positive changes in their lives. This is also a good time to take a look at your insurance coverages and ensure that there are no gaps. You never know what life will throw at you in the future, and it…

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Travel Insurance Provides Peace of Mind for the Holidays

During Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s, millions of Americans will travel out of town to visit loved ones. This means busy airports, train stations, and bus depots filled with travelers who are scrambling to reach their destinations. The joy of relaxing and spending the holidays with loved ones is well worth the effort, but we…

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When Should I Drop Collision On My Auto Insurance

Car insurance is one of the bigger monthly expenses most households have. You could be paying several hundred dollars a month for this type of insurance if you have multiple vehicles, a couple tickets or even an accident on your record, and a teen driver or two. Since it is such a large part of…

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