Are you struggling with the soaring cost of prescription drugs? CBS MoneyWatch recently reported that drug prices are predicted to soar nearly 50% over the next few years.
As your advisor, I want to help you find ways to contain these costs so that they don’t interfere with your long-term retirement plans. I’m happy to let you know that InsuredMeds.com can help answer your Medicare Part D Prescription Drug plan questions. InsuredMeds.com Agents can continue to help you with most Medicare Part D Prescription Drug plan questions, but for the more complex issues or prescription-specific questions, you can reach us at 845-380-5809 Continue reading “How to Cut Rx Drug Costs”
Medicare Coverage For Durable Medical Equipment (DME)
Durable Medical Equipment (DME) coverage:
How often is it covered?
Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) covers medically necessary durable medical equipment (DME) that your doctor prescribes for use in your home. Only your doctor can prescribe medical equipment for you. DME meets these criteria:
Durable (can withstand repeated use)
Used for a medical reason
Not usually useful to someone who isn’t sick or injured
Jan. 1 through Feb. 14 is the annual Medicare Advantage Disenrollment Period. This is when you can disenroll from a Medicare Advantage plan and then get your Medicare Part A and Part B through Original Medicare. But it’s important to know that disenrolling could lead to penalties or leave you without the coverage you need — both potentially costly mistakes.
How To Avoid Getting Old & Fat
Value Of Exercise
People who spend a great deal of time sitting on their rears execrate the ageing of their bodies cells.
People who exercise less than 40 minutes a day have body cells that can be as much as 8 years older than they should be.
New research is showing the value of exercise not only for weight control but also to delay ageing. Continue reading “How To Avoid Getting Old & Fat”
Tango is a sensual ballroom dance that originated in Buenos Aires, Argentina in the early twentieth century. Tango is usually performed by a man and a woman, expressing an element of romance in their synchronized movements. Argentine Tango is well-suited to dancing in small settings. Argentine Tango retains the intimacy of the original dance.
Tango: Everything You Need To Know Continue reading “Tango: Everything You Need To Know”
At a milonga, music is played in sets called “tandas.” Usually, three or four songs are played by the same orchestra followed by the “cortina” (the curtain) which signals the end of the “tanda”. If you ask someone to dance and they accept, it is assumed that it will be for the entire “tanda”. You must walk your dance partner back to their table.
Tango as a social dance grew from the idea of improvising together by using a rich mix of movements, constantly developing as tango subculture keeps evolving. Tango can be compared to a language used to communicate with another person, each conversation being unique. At every moment the partners decide what they will “converse” about, depending on the music, skills, and desires. Given a very rich movement vocabulary, these “conversations” may vary in an almost infinite number of ways. Here the most important thing will always be not what the dance looks like to the outsiders but how you feel dancing it with this particular partner to this particular music. Many people come to tango to try out something new, something they always wanted to try, sometimes just to meet the opposite sex, to socialize, to dance, to move their body.