1. Copious Insurance Solutions

    Comments Leave a Comment

    1-15 of 1211 1 2 3 4 ... 79 80 81 »
    1. Mentioned In 1211 Articles

    2. "That’s just part of aging": Long COVID symptoms are often overlooked in seniors

      "That’s just part of aging": Long COVID symptoms are often overlooked in seniors
      Lifting his clothes, raising his arms, arranging items in his closet leave Bell short of breath and often trigger severe fatigue. He walks with a cane, only short distances. He's 50 pounds lighter than when the virus struck. Bell, 70, is among millions of older adults who have grappled with long COVID a population that has received little attention even though research suggests seniors are more likely to develop ...
      Read Full Article
    3. Medicare Part B premium reduction won’t happen this year

      Medicare Part B premium reduction won’t happen this year
      Your Medicare Part B premiums won't be reduced this year, the government has announced. After being directed by Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra in January to reassess this year's $170.10 standard monthly premium a bigger-than-expected 14.5% jump from $148.50 in 2021 the Centers for Medicare Medicaid Services has released a report determining that a mid-year correction is not feasible.
      Read Full Article
    4. Forget Traditional Approaches Find Doctor Online

      Forget Traditional Approaches Find Doctor Online
      Forget Traditional Approaches Find Doctor Online It is among the essential health decisions youll make to select a primary care doctor for yourself and your family. More individuals than ever before are seeking a physician they could call their own, thanks in part to the Affordable Care Act, which has significantly expanded the number of individuals with health insurance coverage.
      Read Full Article
    5. Survey: Traveling Americans Unsure About Health Insurance Outside the U.S.

      Survey: Traveling Americans Unsure About Health Insurance Outside the U.S.
      An alarming number of Americans are unclear whether their health insurance works outside the U.S. A new survey from InsureMyTrip found nearly 50 percent of travelers surveyed did not know whether their domestic health insurance plan would cover any emergency doctor or hospital visits while traveling outside the country. Survey Question: Does your domestic health insurance cover you while traveling outside the U.S.?
      Read Full Article
    6. What if You Come Up Short in Retirement? - FEDweek

      What if You Come Up Short in Retirement? - FEDweek
      What if, at retirement, you find out that your retirement income will not be enough to let you continue to have the standard of living that you enjoyed before retirement? Many financial planners suggest that you shoot for 80% of your pre-retirement income after you have retired. This 80% number comes primarily from the fact that, in retirement, you will not be paying payroll taxes (e.g., Social Security, Medicare ...
      Read Full Article
    7. Social Security for self-employed: How to get this benefit? - Opera News

      Social Security for self-employed: How to get this benefit? - Opera News
      Find out how Social Security works for the self-employed Social Security Administration officeSSA It's very common working for a company or a small business employer and they are the ones who pay your Social Security takes to the IRS. However, the recent years of the pandemic gave a lot of people the chance... Read Full Story
      Read Full Article
    8. Top insurance mistakes that may hit your finances hard

      Top insurance mistakes that may hit your finances hard
      Credit Source Taking an adequate insurance cover before you start your investment journey is like laying a proper foundation before constructing a building. Like a building built without proper foundation may collapse, without having an adequate insurance cover, all your investments may get drained out. For any financial plan, the first act of action is taking an adequate insurance cover.
      Read Full Article
    9. Should Senior Citizens Buy Life Insurance?

      Should Senior Citizens Buy Life Insurance?
      Insurance is a valuable thing to have that can protect you, your family, your home, your car, or your business. One of the most useful types of policy is life insurance. Should anything happen to you that causes your death, your beneficiaries will have coverage to pay your funeral costs and also to help care for them without your income. Life insurance costs are generally higher for people in poor ...
      Read Full Article
    10. 3 Social Security Mistakes You May Not Realize You're Making - NewsBreak

      3 Social Security Mistakes You May Not Realize You're Making - NewsBreak
      Reading up on Social Security is most likely not your idea of a fun afternoon. And who could blame you? But if you don't take the time to learn about Social Security , you could end up making a big mistake that hurts you financially once the time comes to claim benefits. Here are a few such blunders you might make accidentally -- but regret after the fact. 1.
      Read Full Article
    11. Yes, insulin costs about $10 to make but retails for nearly $300

      Yes, insulin costs about $10 to make but retails for nearly $300
      WASHINGTON With two full-time jobs and watching his two kids full-time, Ali Popal has his hands full. The 37-year-old realtor, engineer and parent, is trying to do it all. But before he can do anything he needs to keep his [glucose in check](/health) . I'm a type one diabeticI'm insulin-dependent," Popal said. "So my pancreas does not produce any insulin. For more than three decades he's relied ...
      Read Full Article
    12. Medicare Advantage Plans Sometimes Deny Medically Necessary Care: Report

      Medicare Advantage Plans Sometimes Deny Medically Necessary Care: Report
      Private Medicare Advantage insurance plans are growing rapidly in popularity and are expected to cover a majority of Medicare beneficiaries within just a few years, but according to a report by a federal watchdog released Thursday, the plans have a bad track record of denying needed medical care that should be covered under the terms of the federal insurance program for those 65 and older.
      Read Full Article
    13. 3 Things You Must Get In Writing Before Starting A Partnership

      3 Things You Must Get In Writing Before Starting A Partnership
      New business partnerships can be really exciting and it is easy to get caught up in a great business idea and want to just hit the ground running. But like most relationships there is a honeymoon period, and once that time is up, the differences between you and your partner can become more obvious and slow down or bring your progress to a screeching halt.
      Read Full Article
    14. 1-15 of 1211 1 2 3 4 ... 79 80 81 »
  1. Beacon Promotional Product Web Store

     

    Click on the picture to go to our web store and find out special of the day.  You can also contact us with any questions.  Email us at:  Sales@Beacon-SM.com

     

  2. BLN Newsletter Supporters:

     

     

    Consulting and Outsourcing, Business development for our clients.

    Beacon now also offers thousands of Promotional Products with your logo.

    We provide our clients with qualified leads.

     

  3. Robert Williams Leading CPA in OC, CA.

  4. Independent Insurance

    health, Life, Medicare, Long Term Care, Disability & Retirement Planning

  5. About Copious Insurance Solutions

    Copious Insurance Solutions

    Copious Insurance Solutions
    23974 Aliso Creek Rd.  #473
    Laguna Niguel, CA 92677

    Fax (949) 273-3401

    Quinn Connolly-Owner
     (949) 310-9984 
    Quinn@copiousinsurance.com


    Kelleen Connolly-Owner
    (714) 931-5193 
    Kelleen@copiousinsurance.com

    CLICK HERE TO GO TO COPIOUS INSURANCE'S WEB SITE

  6. Categories

    1. Balanced Living:

      BLN Blogs, Financial, Good News, Lighter Side of Life, Mental, Physical, Social, Spiritual
    2. Communities:

      Bike, Business, High Tech