Security Benefit has had the annuity with the highest income payout for the last two years. Anyone looking for future income from a deferred annuity would be able to get the highest payout using the SIA product.
One of the drawbacks to this product has been that it is not available some states, Connecticut being one [...]
Careington offers a combo vision and dental discount plan in Connecticut. The plan is very reasonably prices at $6.95 a month for a single person, $11.95 for two people and $15.95 for a family.
I have not been an advocate of discount vision and dental plans in the past but the Careington plan has proved to be a value [...]
People that are about to turn 65 or are newly eligible for Medicare have choices about how they want to cover the gaps in Medicare. They can go with a Medicare Supplement plan, an Advantage plan, a part D plan or just Medicare A and B. This guide provides the basics on [...]
One of the biggest points of confusion for seniors seems to be making a decision between a Medicare Advantage Plan and Medicare Supplement Plan. I receive phone calls on a daily basis from people either turning 65, moving from an employer plan to Medicare or just trying to decide what to do for the Medicare [...]
Medicare Supplement Plan N was approved for enrollment on June 1, 2010. The plan is offered at a competative price point by Anthem BCBS and United Healthcare “AARP Branded”. They both offer plan N for around $150 a month depending on availability of discounts.
Plan N is a departure from other supplements in that [...]
Individual Dental Plans in Connecticut
Purchasing an individual dental plan in Connecticut has traditionally been a difficult task. The premiums for the plans usually cost almost as much as the max annual benefit. (max benefit is usually $1,000 or $1,500 a year). Most plans have have waiting periods on basic and major services of at least 6 months. Once those waiting [...]