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|Posted on September 27, 2012 at 9:47 AM||comments (8)|
Aflac products are returning to Judi Woods Agency! In observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, this article will highlight the Cancer Indemnity Insurance Policies offered by Aflac.
How it Works
Aflac's Cancer Indemnity policies supplement Major Medical insurance. These policies "fill in the gaps" and provide policy holders with cash for unexpected medical expenses caused by cancer. Medical bills are not the only financial strain caused by illness. To offset some of these additional expenses, the cash benefit received from Aflac can be used for:
Why purchase a Cancer Indemnity Product?
According to CNN Money 49% of Americans do not have enough money saved up to cover 3 months of expenses. Should these families experience a major medical expense it could be devastating. Unfortunately, the risk for this type of expense is high. Slightly less than 1 in 2 men will be diagnosed with cancer, and for women the risk is slightly higher than 1 in 3 (American Cancer Society).
Aflac offers affordable options for almost any budget that will help individuals and families avoid some of the financial hardships that are brought on by major illnesses.
Click here to learn more about one of the cancer indemnity insurance policies that are offered in the state of Florida.
|Posted on April 27, 2012 at 1:35 PM||comments (163)|
The Coverage Gap or Donut Hole (or Doughnut Hole) has caused a considerable amount of confusion for many people and has even surprised seniors when they suddenly are required to pay the a higher price (or before 2011, the full price) of their prescription medications. The following brief over view is based on the 2011 Medicare Standard Benefit Plan Model. For more information, please click here to see Frequently Asked Questions (or FAQs) about the Donut Hole.
Quick Overview: This is a quick overview of the Donut Hole or Coverage Gap.
Please note there are some changes each year but this info is as of 2011 and there are few changes for 2012 so please ask me for details when we speak.
*Complete article can be found on www.q1medicare.com