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Medicare open enrollment starts October 15, 2022, and the Affordable Care Act 2023 open enrollment starts November 1, 2022. Get started by scheduling your appointment and completing your enrollment forms.
Critical Illness plans can offer a lump sum cash payment to the insured upon diagnosis of specific critical illnesses, such as heart attack, stroke, cancer or end stage renal failure.
The cash benefit is paid directly to the policyholder, to be used as they choose, and can help offset expenses such as:
Not intended to replace Major Medical Insurance, Critical Illness plans are a compliment to your traditional healthcare policy. With each American facing the real possibility of some type of critical illness, it is more important than ever to be properly protected.
According to the American Cancer Society, almost 1 in 2 men, and 1 in 3 women will get a cancer diagnosis during their lifetime.
Most Americans assume that their Major Medical Insurance will provide enough coverage, but the fact is that cancer patients and their families incur many additional costs that are not covered under a standard Major Medical policy. A specified Cancer Plan provides immediate cash benefits that will protect individuals and their families from unexpected financial costs, including:
A Cancer Plan is a much-needed compliment to your traditional Health Policy – providing peace of mind should you encounter the unthinkable. Don’t worry about unknowns of tomorrow by getting them properly covered today!
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