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If you haven't applied for insurance on before, here's what you need to know about the Health Insurance Marketplace (sometimes known as the health insurance "exchange"). 2020 Open Enrollment runs from November 1 through December 15, 2019 Plans sold during Open Enrollment start January 1, 2020. READ MORE >>

It pays to review your package every year and evaluate whether it's right for you based upon: Coverage Convenience Cost The Medicare Open Enrollment Period (OEP), also referred to as the Annual Election Period (AEP) — from October 15 to December 7 — is the time each year when you can review your coverage and make changes to your plans. READ MORE >>

If you are new to Medicare, you have a fundamental choice to make – enroll in Original Medicare or opt into a Medicare Advantage plan. It is very important that you understand the pros and cons of both types of coverage. Original Medicare (also known as Parts A & B) is a fee-for-service program. READ MORE >>

After a fire, burglary or weather event like Hurricane Dorian, it may be difficult to remember the details of every one of the belongings that you have accumulated over the years. In this situation, having a current inventory of your possessions, including make and model numbers, may help you with any potential insurance claims. READ MORE >>

There is a great deal to consider when reviewing liability coverage. If someone comes into your home and slips, injuries may be a result of this incident. If the person files a lawsuit against you and you lose the case, you may have to pay that person money for those injuries. This means you are "liable. READ MORE >>

Are you new to Medicare, getting ready to turn 65, or preparing to retire? If so, you'll need to make several important decisions about your health coverage. There are more options today than in years past, with some important changes to some well-known options. READ MORE >>

Spring is right around the corner, and the warmer weather often prompts people in Fort Mill, South Carolina and the Charlotte Region to hop in their cars for weekend (or longer) road trips. Driving to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina, or Asheville, North Carolina is less than a three-hour drive. READ MORE >>

The Weather in Charlotte, North Carolina and Indian Land, South Carolina is getting warmer. It's time to get outside and get our bodies moving again! Ah, those first warm breezes of spring! Soon even the most devout winter couch potato’s dreams turn from football on television to those long-harbored visions of a major landscaping project or exterior home refresh. READ MORE >>

It's not uncommon for home insurance claims for fires to stem from lightning strikes. You may not think you can do much to prevent this type of damage. However, there are steps you can take to make your home a bit safer and reduce the risk of a strike from occurring. READ MORE >>

The day you pay off your car loan can be an exciting time. You finally get to stop making payments for your vehicle. Yet, your car did not change because of this milestone. Its value remains. For this reason, you should not cancel your car insurance. READ MORE >>

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