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   Most Medicare prescription drug plans require you to pay a Part D yearly deductible before it will share the cost of your medications. The deductible to your prescription drug plan is often overlooked when comparing out-of-pocket expenses.   The standard Part D deductible for 2018 is $405 and may change every year. READ MORE >>

Annual Enrollment will be extended until the End of the year. Victims of the summer hurricanes will be eligible for a special enrollment period.  The normal lives of so many Americans have been affected by these hurricanes. READ MORE >>

Call Justin today to get hassle free help with your health insurance needs.         Open Enrollment is here, and Sun Coast Legacy Advisors has expanded to help all individuals who need help selecting the best health plan for 2018.  We have both Marketplace and non-marketplace plans. READ MORE >>

We have been getting more questions from people asking what the letters mean in their Medicare Claim Number.  Here is an explanation and chart of the letter meaning provided by the Social Security Administration:      The Social Security number followed by one of these codes is sometimes referred to as a claim number. READ MORE >> is a free and safe way to stay up to date on Medicare information.  Here are a few advantages to going paperless:       -  Get your Medicare Summary Notice and your “Medicare & you” handbook quicker. READ MORE >>

  The state of Florida is one of 4 issue age pricing states.  Issue age pricing means the insurance company bases the cost of your supplement (medigap) premium on your age at the time the policy was issued or purchased.   This type of pricing provides lower costs  for individuals who purchase at a younger age. READ MORE >>

  If you haven't already, this is the time of year where you may be approaching the donut hole.  The “donut hole” refers to a coverage gap left over by most Medicare drug plans.  It means, depending on the cost of your prescriptions, there may be a temporary limit on what the drug plan will cover for your drugs. READ MORE >>

What is COBRA insurance?      COBRA stands for the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act, a federal law that  could allow a temporary extension of the health insurance you had while working — same coverage, but you pay the employer’s share of the premiums as well as your own. READ MORE >>

As you may already know, there is a window each year to make changes in your coverage.  This is known as the Annual Enrollment Period, and it is fast approaching.  You or a family member probably have questions. -What is new?   -What's better, and what is worse?   -What stayed the same? READ MORE >>

“Out-of-pocket” medical expenses refer to any costs you have to pay yourself.  Medicare doesn’t pay for all of your health-care expenses; you’re still responsible for certain costs that Medicare doesn’t cover. This may include: - Monthly premiums READ MORE >>

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