Moving This Summer?

Summer is busiest time of the year for home and business moves. In fact, an estimated 65 percent of the 43 million Americans who are moving this year will do so in the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Moving This Summer? What does that mean for those with a move in the immediate future? Considering the fact that moving is ranked just behind death and divorce in terms of life's most stressful events, a summer move might mean stocking up on extra stress balls and taking a few extra deep breaths along the way. "Whether you are hiring help

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Moving & Medicare

When moving to a new primary residence in another State or County, it is important to be aware that you may be required to change your Medicare Health Plan. Moving does not affect benefits for Part A (Hospitalization) and Part B (Outpatient) of Original Medicare. Nor does a change of residence affect your benefits for Medicare Supplements (often referred to as MediGap Plans). However, when moving to a different County or State there are two types of plans that can affect your benefits. If you have a Medicare Advantage Plan or Part D Prescription Plan, and that plan is not

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