All supplement plans have to be standardized, and the different levels are named Plan A through Plan N. You can visit to see a chart that outlines the benefits of each of these Medicare supplement plan levels. However, it might be faster and more helpful to simply compare a few different plans at a… Read More

Trusted Senior Specialists received this wonderful letter on behalf of a grateful client. One of our top trusted agents, Lazaro Vargas, was able to assist Mr. Garza and his mother with their medical insurance concerns. Trusted Senior Specialists is here to serve all our clients with the same patience and care as Lazaro did with… Read More

Overseas travelers on Medicare: You still might need travel health insurance Are you planning to travel or even live overseas during retirement? This might be a great time to see the world. Just be aware that your Medicare benefits, or any US-based health insurance plan, may not really provide adequate medical coverage after you leave… Read More


Friends, have you wondered what Instagram is? You hear about it from your grandkids and on the news. On today’s episode, Katy shows you how to navigate this picture social media network. How to use Instagram – Tech Tuesdays with Katy In this episode: Learn the different parts of Instagram – Your profile, news… Read More

After serving our country in a branch of the US military, many veterans are entitled to health benefits through the VA. However, VA doctors and hospitals are not always convenient options. The vast majority of retired veterans also qualify for Medicare Part A and Part B, and many also choose to maximize those benefits with… Read More

Medicare Gals – Social Security 1:11 – How does one go about telling Social Security they’d like to start receiving their Medicare benefits? 2:59 – You stated that full retirement age is no longer 65. Full retirement age is now 66. Medicare age is still 65. Is that why Social Security doesn’t know that… Read More