5 Ways to Save Money on Prescriptions

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Prescription drugs are an important part of many people’s Medicare plans. But as prices fluctuate every year, many are left paying more for their prescriptions than the year before. This can make many people dread the trip to the pharmacy counter, even to the point of not taking their prescribed


Dental Care Awareness

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May is National Dental Care awareness month. Since dental hygiene is so important to our overall health, we wanted to highlight some statistics and tips to help us all take care of our “pearly whites” a little bit better. Oral Health Statistics according to the National Institute of Dental and
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Medicare Telehealth is Here to Stay

In 2020, the script was completely rewritten for healthcare. The coronavirus pandemic forced healthcare institutions and providers to adjust on the fly. Not only learning how to battle a devastating virus, but also determining how to safely deliver routine care and checkups to patients. This has been a major concern
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Happy Earth Day!

This planet we live on is incredible, don’t you agree? So how do we keep it that way?? Here are a few ideas for adjustments you can make in your day-to-day: Grab a bag and pick up trash on your daily walksWait until you have a full load to run

SBS: A Better Model of Care

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Senior Benefit Services has been serving Medicare beneficiaries since 1975. We’ve helped thousands of people along the way, and we’ve learned that our success doesn’t come from selling Medicare policies, but rather from the care we give our clients. We’ve developed our model of care over decades, and have created

Home Health Care Benefits

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Recovery from an unexpected accident or illness in a hospital or nursing home can be uncomfortable, not to mention expensive. As recovery care costs continue to rise1, it’s important for even the healthiest Medicare beneficiary to be prepared for anything.  While it’s hard to control whether or not you need

You may be able to change your plan to a lower premium – no questions asked!

Did you know that Medicare Supplement Plan F is no longer available to New Medicare beneficiaries? If you are currently enrolled in a Plan F or Plan C, you may be able to change your plan to a lower premium – no health questions asked! Now Through June 30, 2021,


46 Years of SBS!

A Quick Word from David McNerney….Our wonderful little company was born in 1975… what were you up to in 1975? I wasn’t working yet, but I began soon after in 1982. A few things have certainly changed in those 4 decades…Here are just a few random examples:– Internet… World Wide

Medicare & Financial Planning: Reducing Risk for Retirement Success

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Planning is important. It can even be fun! We plan for what we want to accomplish, and we make smaller step-by-step plans for how we’ll accomplish it. We also make plans around our finances. Think about it, you work hard for your entire career, you make plans for how you’ll

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