***Attention Medicare Beneficiaries***
This year's Medicare open enrollment period is October 15th through December 7th. If you're not sure how that affects your health insurance for 2017, call us at (406) 294-5650 to set up an appointment to come see Ronda. Anyone who had New West Medicare Advantage this year will be losing their coverage January 1st & needs to get new insurance. Watch the video below for more details about Open Enrollment. I would appreciate if you would click here to like our Facebook page and help us spread the word.
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Welcome, I’m Ronda Smith ~ That’s Ronda with no “H”. The “H” stands for hassle & I take the hassle out of your financial advising & insurance needs.
Whether you’re a seasoned investor or just starting out, I would appreciate the opportunity to earn you business. I build clients comprehensive financial plans that include stocks, bonds, mutual funds, REITS & annuities. Your plan will incorporate not only your retirement savings needs but also your insurance needs including health insurance, dental insurance, disability insurance, life insurance & long term care insurance. I can also help wade through the Medicare & Social Security “maze” of options. There is no cost or obligation to have your own customized financial plan so call to today & get started on your road to financial success. our personalized service focuses on your needs, wants, and financial goals and objectives.
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