Getting 2015 Health Insurance Coverage with a Special Enrollment Period (SEP)

The Open Enrollment Period is now over.  For most people, the last day to enroll in a healthcare plan was on February 15, 2015.  After this date, you can enroll in a healthcare plan only if you have a life event that qualifies you for a Special Enrollment Period (SEP).  The team at Balanced Care […]

Keeping Organized When You and Your Family Need it the Most

Have you ever walked into a room and suddenly forgot why you went there in the first place?  Have you ever made sure to take care of something and then not remember where you put it?  Have you ever purchased a birthday or Christmas gift early, put it away, and then couldn’t find it when […]

Open Enrollment – Frequently Asked Questions

Since Open Enrollment began on November 15, 2014, Balanced Care has received many frequently asked questions.      We decided to put them together to assist you in getting the answers you need.   When is Open Enrollment?     Open Enrollment for 2015 coverage runs from November 15, 2014 until February 15, 2015. Is […]

Because I Love You . . . . . . . . . . . .

This week has been amazing.   My husband is on vacation and though work still needs to be done in my business and around the house, we have made sure to carve out some time for one another.   Making meals together, going for long walks, using gift certificates that we have saved to go […]

About To Turn 65 – What Needs to be Done?

Are you going to be celebrating your 65th birthday this year?      Are you still employed and wonder if you should be signing up for Medicare?      At Balanced Care, we know you will have questions regarding Medicare and have put together a list of things to do to help you with this […]

It’s That Time Of Year Again

It’s that time of the year again for Medicare beneficiaries; it’s called the Annual Election Period (AEP) which runs between October 15, 2013 – December 7, 2013. This is the time of the year that Medicare beneficiaries can pick a plan even if they never had one before and/or change either their Medicare Advantage Plans […]

Health Care Reform – Frequently Asked Questions

With October 1st (Open Enrollment) fast approaching and still so much uncertainty with regards to Healthcare Reform for both individuals and small businesses (less than 50 full time employees), I have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions for your convenience. As always, free consultations are always available and highly encouraged. 1. I […]

Would you know?

The death of a spouse or loved one not only comes with great emotional stress, but also financial stress. Dealing with financial paperwork is the last thing a grieving widow or a family member wants to face, yet in the middle of everything else, it has to be dealt with in a timely manner. If […]

Smoking and Life Insurance

Life Insurance happens to be where I began my career in the insurance industry and like it or not, it also happens to be one of the most important insurance products you can own. While at a local networking meeting this week, I shared several ideas on ways for people to recognize who would be […]

Spring Fever

With the breeze in the air that still feels like winter, it’s no wonder that many of us have spring fever. For me personally, I long for the warmth of the sunshine, flowers blooming, and working in my gardens. As long as this winter has been, many people I have spoken to are also eager […]

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