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American Enterprise Group, Inc. (AEG) announced today that Medico Insurance Company, one of AEG’s insurance subsidiaries, has an agreement that will allow AARP members to enroll in the AARP® Short-Term Care Insurance from Medico product. This product, available exclusively to AARP members, is expected to be offered in several states in early 2020. To read the official announcement, click here.
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If you signed up for a Medicare Advantage plan that is not fulfilling your needs, the Open Enrollment Period (OEP) gives you additional time to adjust your coverage.
Hospital Indemnity insurance pairs well with high-deductible plans, like Medicare Advantage, to cover costs for unplanned hospital stays.
Beginning in 2020, Medicare Supplement plan options will change for people first becoming eligible for Medicare.
It’s never too early to start elder care financial planning. If you prefer to make financial and medical care decisions for your aging parents on your own, you’ll need to consider four key concepts.
If you’re weighing senior care options for yourself or a loved one, it’s important to learn what each type offers, which will work best for your situation, and what insurance will cover.
This estate planning guide will walk you through everything you need to know to plan your estate — from selecting a power of attorney to creating a living will.
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