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Medicare and disclaimers.

 This year Suzie is going through her Annual Medicare Training. It is done every year and allows her to contract with Medicare Plans, educate and enroll consumers and receive a commission for her services. If you have been to our main webpage then you notice that we do a lot of different types of insurance.  

Insurance is an heavily regulated industry. It requires being trained and then licensed with the Office of the Insurance Commissioner. We purchase equipment, open office spaces, and software so that we can effectively interact with the public. We have to secure contracts with companies if we want to be able to offer their products. Now not every company offers contracts with Agents. So we had to put up a new disclaimer.


"We do not offer every plan available in your area. Any Information we provide is limited to those plans we do offer in your area. Please contact Medicare.gov or 1-800-MEDICARE to get information on all of your options. "

Yes, since not every company does not contract, we have to fly this statement and talk to customers about it starting October 1st of 2023. We don't wait around and we know that it is going to cause confusion with the public however that does not stop us from having an honest conversation. 


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