2021 is a wrap

This is my final Fridays with Fisher for 2021 and I want to thank you for allowing me to share my thoughts with you.  Certainly, some have been useful while others have been useless (for that, I apologize). I am open for business when I return from my vacation on January 3 and am available... Continue Reading →

A Holiday Reminder

First and foremost - thank you and I hope that you and your family have a safe week leading into New Years. Just a reminder ... OneAmerica will be following a holiday schedule, please review that information. HOLIDAY HOURS OF OPERATION. I will be on vacation from December 23 to January 3 - during this... Continue Reading →

Transition Talk To The Plan

This morning, I was reading an email from a friend and colleague about the cost of long term care and the concept of how Medicare can contribute to the funding of a care event.  A point that was made is that Medicare and Medicare Supplement insurance policies have been commoditized.  Simply, people expect to have... Continue Reading →

EWF & A Plan

Last week, I talked about the need for a plan and that a policy is not a plan. Along with that, I shared a couple of tools that we can provide you free of charge. The Step-by-step guide to receiving long term care Virtual Consumer Seminar (link goes to the information page) In reality, most... Continue Reading →

Policy v. Plan

To quote Bill Comfort, "the policy is not the plan; the policy pays for the plan." It is a fact. Like it or not, we all have a plan. It is something that we are born with. I like to call this the default plan. To paraphrase Tim Ripp, that plan is also called the... Continue Reading →

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