Hi Amber! I suggest that she tries to go on to the Healthcare.gov site to see if she qualifies for a rebate however this does not start with coverage until Jan 1st but you must sign up by Dec 15th.
Here is a side-by-side comparison of Medigap policies: https://www.medicare.gov/supplement-other-insurance/compare-medigap/compare-medigap.html The policy that is best for you depends on the coverage
Bob..your sister should get in touch with the department of aging in the state where your sister lives. This is a free service. They can advise her and help her make the best decision. She may be on a
I'm sorry, but at age 96 it would be virtually impossible to purchase a life insurance plan that would be anything remotely affordable or reasonable. At age 96, he has fortunately already outlived the
Miss Wilson, In most states the final exam is done online in a test center(i.e. Pearson for example). It is fully proctored and can't be done at home. Also the Texas department of insurance website