Women Financial Power launch new retirement and insurance solutions ahead of Medicare season

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Women Financial Power, one of Tennessee’s leading small businesses providing retirement and insurance services, have announced the launch of their latest solutions aimed at supporting individuals as well as business owners with insurance and retirement planning.

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Women Financial Power, one of Tennessee’s leading small businesses providing retirement and insurance services, have announced the launch of their latest solutions aimed at supporting individuals as well as business owners with insurance and retirement planning.

Founded by industry veteran Sandra Bailey, who is also a member of NAIFA (National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors), the company has focused its efforts on educating communities about financial literacy and security to support people as well as business owners.

Women Financial Power offers retirement planning including non-qualified plans as well as individual plans, with a focus on helping people understand their options when it comes to getting their insurance. The company has also partnered with a number of life insurance providers to assist its clients, and provides a range of services in business planning, annuities, long term care planning as well as college funding, 401(K) rollovers and Medicare planning. 

With a team of 8 agents and advisors, Women Financial Power have developed a series of workshops that people can access freely online. For Medicare enrollment later this year, the company has also launched one-to-one online sessions aimed at educating and informing individuals as well as businesses on how they can plan ahead.

Every year, Medicare’s open enrollment period offers people the chance to adjust their plan and take advantage of better options before new changes take effect in the new year. However, many people choose not to review their existing plan, which often leads them to missing out on options that may also suit their needs. Individuals as well as business owners can end up paying more for the same level of care they could get with another provider, and experts recommend they review their plans to see if it still offers them the best solution.

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