Statement About Service from Andrew Saul, Commissioner of Social Security

A message from Andrew Saul, Commissioner of Social Security: About a year ago, I took the unprecedented step to close our offices to the public. I did this to keep our...
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Status of the Medicare Trust Fund

There has been a certain amount of educated speculation about the effect of COVID-19 on the Social Security and Medicare systems. The 2020 OASDI Trustees Report, which was prepared before...
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Biden Passes the American Relief Act – What that Means for Your Healthcare and Your Wallet

American Relief Act Passes On March 11, 2021 Biden passed the American Relief Act at a price tag of $1.9 trillion. The highlights: $1,400 direct checks for Americans earning up...
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Can Congress Cut the Budget for Social Security?

No. Medicare and Social Security are MANDATORY expenses! Mandatory spending pays for U.S. federal programs that have already been established by Congress under so-called authorization laws. These laws both establish...
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Medicare Under Joe Biden and his Administration

With Joe Biden soon to be inaugurated as president what can we expect in the way of changes to the Medicare program? We heard a lot of promises around health...
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2021 Medicare Costs Released Today

Medicare's costs are going up but Medicare Advantage insurance options have improved and costs have decreased. Medicare announced 2021 costs today and we have the highlights and details. Medicare Part...
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More is Finally Here!

Get the extra benefits you deserve and save money on prescriptoin drugs! Imagine if you could save money on your prescriptions, have access to a large network of Scot’s and...
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Medicare and Medicaid – What is the Difference?

Medicare is healthcare for people 65 and older or that have been deemed disabled for at least 24 months by Social Security.  Medicare covers health care aimed at serving an...
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What To Do if You Move (With Your Health Insurance or Medicare)

Any time you move, contact your insurance agent no matter what your age to see if you need to change or SHOULD change plans. Often, your time is limited to...
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Track your Stimulus – Even If You Do Not File Taxes

Customers and I text all of the time.  Usually for fun and friendliness.  However, I often get serious questions via text/sms. Last night a Medicare client sent me this text....
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Heather Majka, Certified Social Security Claiming Strategist, Owner of Citizens Insurance Solutions

With over 25 years of industry experience, Heather is a subject matter expert.  Heather has two adult children serving in the US military (Naval Aircrew and US Army). Heather’s former husband was a US Army SNIPER Veteran that served during Desert Storm.  Heather has is a native New Yorker who has lived in Virginia, Texas, Florida, and now lives in Tennessee.