Important Dates to Remember
August 18, 2012 @ 9 AM - HSV Medicare 101 Seminar
August 18, 2012 @ 3 PM - HS Medicare 101 Seminar
October 13, 2012 @ 10 AM - HSV Medicare 101 Seminar
October 13, 2012 @ 3 PM - HS Medicare 101 Seminar
October 15, 2012 - Annual Election Period (AEP) Begins
December 7, 2012 - Annual Election Period (AEP) Ends
December 8, 2012 @ 10 AM - HSV Medicare 101 Seminar
December 8, 2012 @ 3 PM - HS Medicare 101 Seminar
For more information on any of these events, please contact our office at 888-760-1590
173 Marion Anderson Road Ste 6
Hot Springs, AR 71913
Seniors Benefit, a local company specializing in Medicare insurance, calls itself “The Trusted Source for Medicare Information.” Anyone who has questions about Medicare or would like to attend the next Medicare 101 Seminar on June 9, may visit the office at 173 Marion Anderson Road in Hot Springs or can schedule a house call at 760-1590.
As the Medicare insurance market rapidly changes, Seniors Benefit strives to keep not only the baby-boomers informed of these changes but also those Medicare recipients already utilizing their benefits.
Medicare has long been a confusing minefield of information for any Medicare recipient to consider as they are ambushed by a mountain of choices- Plans, Periods, Parts, Gaps and Donut Holes. Seniors Benefit is here to answer the puzzling questions that many Medicare recipients are faced with everyday by holding Medicare 101 seminars throughout the year, having knowledgeable representatives, and evaluating each recipients prescription drug coverage each year. Seniors Benefit has also been named by Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield as part of their Preferred Agent Network.
By: Submitted - Sentinel-Record - 10/31/2011
Insurance company hires new sales agent
Seniors Benefit, a local company specializing in Medicare insurance, announced that Pamela Clevenger has joined their team. She has been a resident of Hot Springs for more than 20 years after moving here from Dallas, Texas. She has worked in real estate in the Hot Springs Village area as well as an advertising rep for a local newspaper.
Clevenger and her husband, Allan, have owned The Deck Man in Hot Springs since 1992. She looks forward to assisting people with their Medicare Supplement and whole life insurance needs.
To schedule an appointment with Clevenger, call 760-1590.
Seniors Benefit's Medicare 101 seminars help Medicare recipients evaluate their coverage
Hot Springs Village Voice - 10/2011
The Medicare insurance market is rapidly changing with baby-boomers now aging into Medicare. Seniors Benefit, a local company, rises to the demand of savvy baby-boomers who know the impact and importance of these changes. Medicare has long been the beginning of a confusing minefield of information a new Medicare recipient must consider as they are ambushed by a mountain of choices - Plans, Periods, Parts, Gaps and Donut Holes.
Market studies indicate this new generation of Medicare recipients are arming themselves with knowledge and are willing to Compare and Evaluate to find the insurance coverage that is best for them. Seniors Benefit is helping with that process. From general Medicare benefit questions to plan changes and Part-D Drug plans, Seniors Benefit has teamed up with local organizations to help by comparing the benefits and premiums from all the major companies. Seniors Benefit has become a popular resource for Garland County seniors. If you have questions about Medicare or would like to find out more about Seniors Benefit, you can visit the office at 173 Marion Anderson Rd in Hot Springs or schedule a house call at 501-760-1590.
Medicare 101 helps seniors learn abot their medicine coverage
By: Submitted - Sentinel-Record Sr. Scene - 7/26/2011
The Medicare insurance market is rapidly changing, and this leaves seniors with a lot of questions, particularly about their prescription drug coverage with the various plans changing and leaving a small window at the end of each year to make changes.
A lot of these questions can be answered through a Medicare 101 class that is given by insurance agents. One of these was recently completed by Seniors Benefit, owned by Wallace Stone. "In these seminars, we are providing infomration only - no sales. We help seniors evaluate their coverage to make informed decisions to protect their assets in the future," Stone said. He continued, " Medicare has long been the beginning of a confusing minefield of information a new Medicare recipient must consider as he or she is ambushed by a mountain of choices - plans, periods, parts, gaps and donut holes. Market studies indicate this new generation of Medicare recipients are arming themselves with knowledge and are willing to compare and evaluate to find the insurance coverage that is best for them."
Stone's seminars usually last about 40 minutes, and he conducts them in comfort of his office with a huge 120-gallon aquarium nearby to provide an extra measure of comfort and relaxation. Topics include eligibility, Part A and Part B coverage, Part D drug coverage and supplemental Medicare coverage. "We don't make a dime off of the drug coverage, but it is a vital part of the overall Medicare plan, and I strive to give all of the information I can to help the attendees make the best informed decisions possible in attaining coverage as they approach their 65th birthday. Customer service is a priority for any insurance agency, particularly when dealing with seniors going onto Medicare. they deserve peace of mind when making a decision. Our philosophy from the beginning has been to do what's right for the customer, even if it does not monetarily benefit the company. We put the customer first, not ourselves," Stone said.
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