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What Happens to My Family and Staff When I Go On Medicare?

2 October 2021

If you are at or nearing retirement, you have probably begun to think about Medicare. But you may also be wondering what happens to my family or my staff if I go on Medicare? If your spouse or dependent children are on your plan, will they lose their coverage? If you are a practice owner with a group policy for your staff, what happens to them when you go on Medicare. This article will help answer those questions.

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Important Information for Texas Physicians Working Past Age 65

28 August 2021

If you are like many physicians, you may plan on practicing well past your 65th birthday. For many physicians, medicine is more than a career, it is a calling. There are few professions as emotionally, intellectually, and financially rewarding as medicine. So, it is understandable why after decades refining your skills and improving countless lives, you may not yet be ready to stop doing what you love.

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Protect Your Retirement from What Medicare Doesn’t Cover

12 June 2021

As a Texas physician who currently has or will soon be eligible for Original Medicare, it is important to understand the limitations of Original Medicare. Health-related costs are one of the largest expenses during retirement. However, with proper insurance planning, many of these expenses can be covered by the insurance company, not by your retirement nest egg.

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Before You Decide On Health Insurance Get A Second Opinion

12 June 2021

You may be a practice owner looking for group health insurance for yourself and your staff. Or maybe you’re searching for an individual health insurance plan for yourself and your family. Or it could be that you’re exploring the numerous Medicare options that are available to you.

Choosing a health insurance plan, or making changes to current coverage, can involve some very important decisions. So we suggest you consider getting a second opinion from a specialist – your TMA Insurance Trust advisor.

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What Texas Physicians Need to Know About Medicare Mistakes

1 May 2021

If you are about to turn 65, we congratulate you! Your 65th birthday isn’t just a personal milestone, it is the time you can finally begin drawing the Medicare benefits which you have paid into all your working life.

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Saving on Prescriptions - It’s About Time

27 March 2021

As a physician, you understand better than most that prescription medications help protect both our health and quality of life. Yet prescriptions can be costly. Like all health-related expenses, prescription prices are rising and pose a growing challenge to retirement nest eggs.

Fortunately for those enrolled in Medicare, Part D coverage helps to significantly reduce the cost of medications. However, there are strict limitations on when you can enroll. To save the most on your prescriptions, it’s all about timing.

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Get Free Support for Your Medicare Decisions

20 March 2021

When you elect to enroll for Medicare Part A and/or B coverage, you still have important decisions to make; should you buy a Medicare Supplement plan and/or a Medicare Part D Prescription plan? Deciding on how best to fill the gaps in your Medicare coverage can be a daunting and time consuming undertaking. You may be able to sort through all the options and do research on your own, but why should you when you have personable, professional help at the ready - at no cost to you? Let us carry the burden. Here’s how we can help.

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Protecting Your Pocket from Rising Health Care Costs

27 February 2021

If you are retired or thinking about retirement, you’ve probably heard that medical expenses are often the biggest drain on retirement savings. According to some estimates, the average couple will need $295,000 in today's dollars for medical expenses in retirement, and this doesn’t include the costs of long-term care.

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