5 Tips from our SBS Claims Expert:

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We know that Insurance claims can be a headache to deal with. Long hold times, multiple billing offices, and lack of clarity can make dealing with insurance companies a very stressful event! Luckily, our clients at Senior Benefit Services can always call us to help them file their claims. It’s


Our SBS Customer Service Team is here to HELP!

At Senior Benefit Services (SBS), we’ve been serving our clients nationwide since 1975. It is our mission to provide our clients with the best possible experience and to make this next stage of your lives as easy as it should be. Aside from all of the ways that our Licensed

COVID-19 Vaccine: The Cold Hard Facts

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As we reach a full calendar year of the Coronavirus pandemic, the news of effective vaccines and ramped up testing brings a sense of hope and relief for the months to come. However, the testing and vaccination programs can also bring confusion and uncertainty to many Medicare Beneficiaries. We at


When and How Do I Enroll in Medicare?

Enrolling in Medicare can quickly become a stressful and overwhelming process if you have no knowledge of when or how to enroll. Approaching the age of 65 is synonymous with Medicare, and millions of seniors every year are faced with obtaining the right coverage for themselves. It is important to

Is a Hospital Indemnity Plan right for me?

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During the 2020 Annual Enrollment Period, many seniors signed up for a Medicare Advantage Plan, taking advantage of the additional coverage and services these plans offer. However, no Medicare plan is perfect, and small gaps in coverage can mean big problems for your wallet later on.  Even if Medicare pays


What’s Medicare Supplement Insurance?

Medicare supplement insurance, also known as Medigap, is extra insurance policies sold by private companies. The purpose of a Medicare supplement insurance plan is to help pay for the associated healthcare costs that are not covered by Original Medicare. Some of these expenses include:  Co-payments Co-insurance Deductibles Medical care if you travel outside

I enrolled in a plan during Medicare Open Enrollment – What’s next?

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If you enrolled in a Medicare Advantage Plan or a Prescription Drug Plan (Part D Plan)  during Medicare Open Enrollment, October 15- December 7, you may have a few questions. Here are some of the most common questions we have received from our clients over the past few weeks. If


What Are The Benefits of Using a Medicare Insurance Broker?

Whether you’re soon turning 65, or are currently on a Medicare plan, understanding the government insurance options can be overwhelming. By doing just a little research on your own, the world of Medicare insurance can leave you feeling more confused than before. The wording is confusing, the multiple coverage options

2021 Medicare Part B Premiums Announced

On November 6, 2020, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released the 2021 premiums, deductibles, and coinsurance amounts for the Medicare Part A and Part B programs…. The standard monthly premium for Medicare Part B enrollees will be $148.50 in 2021. Part B  2020 and 2021 Comparisons 20202021Monthly Premium$144.60$148.50  *increase of $3.90Deductible$198$203  *increase of $5 More about Part B: 

Career Opportunities with Senior Benefit Services

“You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help enough other people get what they want.” – Zig Ziglar We don’t only offer jobs here at SBS – we offer unlimited opportunities for development, growth, and success. We offer the ability to help change people’s lives


2021 Insulin Prices Medicare Senior Savings Model

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For the 33% of Medicare Beneficiaries with diabetes, the price of insulin can cause stress and uncertainty. Not only is the price tag of insulin high, but it can also change up to 4 times a year depending on which stage of coverage they are in. Earlier this year, the

2021 Cost-Of-Living Adjustment

The cost of living adjustment (COLA) is an increase in income that helps keep up with the rising cost of living. The COLA adjustment overlooks the cost of consumer goods and services such as: housing, transportation, medical expenses, education, and food and is often applied to wages, salaries, and benefits. The calculations