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Here in the USA, this proven fact is repeated over and over again…more companion animals are reported missing the day after July the 4th and New Year’s Eve than at any other time of year. The reason: fire crackers and fireworks. Keep your furry companions safe this New Years!
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Medicare Rights Center Identifies Consumer Protections for New Medicare Payment and Delivery Models http://bit.ly/2hNnl7k
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Make life easier: set up automatic premium payments http://bit.ly/2Bhw2iG
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With new changes in Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage from 2017 to the new 2018 plans, many benefiting from Medicare are wondering how their plan will change.

Medicare Part D, which is responsible for covering prescription drugs, is showing changes from the initial deductible to the out of pocket threshold, continuing the trend of increases from 2014-2018.

In the sections below, we’ll discuss the changes that will take effect regarding Medicare drug plans for 2018
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We Didn't Think The Tax Bill Could Get Any Worse. We Were Wrong. http://bit.ly/2zkkAFH

We Didn’t Think The Tax Bill Could Get Any Worse. We Were Wrong.
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COPD – Learn more, breathe better http://bit.ly/2B9pgvJ
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Let's Talk Turkey About Taxes http://bit.ly/2hzR97t

Let’s Talk Turkey About Taxes
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There are many different types of Medicare Enrollment Periods. These enrollment periods fall into two categories: open enrollment, available to anyone who is eligible for Medicare; and special enrollment periods based on your circumstances.
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If you are looking for a Medigap plan with low monthly premiums, a Medicare SELECT plan may seem like a good option. But Medicare SELECT plans have strict limits on the doctors and hospitals you can use. This means it’s important to weigh both the costs and the benefits before deciding if Medicare SELECT is right for you.
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Some healthcare providers don’t accept Medicare as full payment for their services. They may bill you for an “excess charge” over and above the amount that Medicare will pay. You can keep your health care costs down by understanding and avoiding excess charges.
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