November 2, 2020

We now have the individual and group insurance open enrollment which started November 1 and goes until December 15 with an effective date of January 1, 2021. I have a tab for Mountain Health Coop on my site where you can go in and see what your rates will be with the coverage you choose. I hope that is helpful. Please call me if you want to sign up.
The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period is in full swing and will end on December 7, 2020, with an effective date of January 1, 2021. If you have a Medicare Advantage Plan like BC of MT or Humana and would like to switch to a Medicare Supplement plan this is the time to do it. If you are a Veteran and would like a Medicare Advantage Plan C (without drug prescription) this is the time to sign up and I am here to help you. Remember also, you can pick up a dental plan anytime during the year but if you don’t have one…it is best to pick up a plan before you head to the dentist. Please see the tab on Spirit Dental as they have next day coverage. Short-term coverage with GTL is also available anytime during the year but please don’t wait. You need insurance before something happens not after the fact.

Published by Holly Clark Insurance llc

Hello! I have been a licensed life and health insurance agent since 2008. I am appointed with Montana Health Co-op for individual and group health insurance. I can help you with Short Term, Hospital Indemnity and Catastrophic Care products from GTL. If you need dental coverage I am appointed by Spirit Dental which offers major coverage after one year and reasonable premiums. When it comes to selecting a Medicare Supplement plan, you want to feel confident the plan will cover your health care needs. I am appointed with CSO, MHC, Lumico, Cigna, Aetna & Union. I will help you find the lowest premium in MT, ID, WA & OR state. Contact Holly Clark today for a no-cost, no-obligation quote. I can answer questions and sign you up online. FREE QUOTE 406-297-5922 or email me at hollyberryor@gmail.com

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