Retirement Income

Paychecks & Playchecks


At Ginas Financial, we understand that creating a retirement income plan that lasts throughout retirement is a significant challenge for retirees. That's why we're committed to helping our clients create a comprehensive income strategy that provides them with peace of mind during retirement. Our expert team of advisors will work with you to design an income plan that's tailored to your unique needs, goals, and circumstances, so you can enjoy your retirement with confidence. We'll help you create a plan that you can't outlive, ensuring that you have the income you need to maintain your lifestyle and achieve your retirement dreams. Trust Ginas Financial to help you navigate the complexities of retirement income planning and enjoy the peace of mind you deserve.

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Medicare Benefits

Basic Outline

  • Part A - Hospital Insurance

    Part A of Medicare covers inpatient hospital care, hospice care, skilled nursing facility care, and some home health care. In general, most individuals do not pay a premium for Part A since they or their spouse have already paid Medicare taxes while employed.

  • Part B - Medical Insurance

    Part B of Medicare covers doctor visits, outpatient care, preventive services, medical equipment, and some home health care. For most beneficiaries in 2023, the monthly premium for Part B is $170.10, although it could be more if you have a higher income.

  • Part C - Medicare Advantage

    A Medicare Advantage plan is a health plan offered by private insurance companies that has a contract with Medicare to provide all the benefits of Part A and Part B. In addition to covering prescription drugs (Part D), many Medicare Advantage plans may also offer extra benefits such as dental, vision, and hearing. Enrollment details and costs differ depending on the plan and the location.

  • Part D - Prescription Drug Coverage

    Part D of Medicare covers prescription drugs and is provided by private insurance companies that are approved by Medicare. The cost of Part D can vary depending on the specific plan you select, and beneficiaries with higher incomes may be required to pay more.

  • Medicare Supplement - 

    Medicare Supplement, also referred to as Medigap, is an insurance policy offered by private insurance companies to assist with the out-of-pocket expenses that Original Medicare does not cover. Such expenses could involve deductibles, coinsurance, and copayments. To be eligible for Medigap policies, one must already have Medicare Part A and Part B, and they cannot be used to pay for Medicare Advantage plans. Every plan provides a distinct coverage level, making it crucial to compare plans and expenses to determine which plan best caters to one's individual needs.

Enrollment Details

  • Initial Enrollment Period -

    The initial enrollment period is the seven-month period that surrounds your 65th birthday when you become eligible for Medicare. It encompasses the three months prior to your birthday month, your birthday month, and the three months following your birthday.

  • Annual Enrollment Period -

    The annual enrollment period is the period each year from October 15 to December 7 when you can modify your Medicare coverage.

  • Special Enrollment Period -

    If you experience certain life events such as moving or losing your current coverage, you may be eligible for a special enrollment period outside of the initial and annual enrollment periods. It's crucial to keep in mind that Medicare is a complex program, and there may be additional costs and enrollment details based on your specific situation. It's recommended to consult with a licensed Medicare specialist or visit the official Medicare website ( for more information.

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Long Term Care

Remove Burden


Long-term care insurance is an essential consideration for those who may require long-term care services due to chronic illness or disability. This type of insurance policy covers the costs of services such as nursing home care or in-home care, which can be quite expensive. With long-term care insurance, individuals can ensure that they are financially prepared for any potential long-term care needs that may arise. At Ginas Financial, our experts can help clients understand the benefits and options available with long-term care insurance, and can provide guidance on choosing the right policy to meet their unique needs and budget. With our personalized support and commitment to building strong relationships with our clients, we can help ensure that they are prepared for the future and have the financial security they need.

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Life Insurance

Legacy Protection

Life insurance offers protection to your family and loved ones after you pass away, providing them with a financial benefit to cover lost income, final expenses, and future needs. There are different types of life insurance policies available, including term life insurance which covers a set period, and permanent life insurance which covers you for your entire life. The level of coverage you require will depend on your personal circumstances and financial situation, and it's recommended to speak to a licensed insurance specialist to determine the most suitable type and amount of coverage for your needs.

Tax Free Supplement Income

Policyholders can use the cash value of their life insurance policy as a source of tax-free income. This cash value is the amount that accumulates over time as premiums are paid and can be accessed through a policy loan or withdrawal. By using this cash value, policyholders can supplement their retirement income, cover unexpected expenses, or achieve other financial goals. It is essential to note that policy loans and withdrawals can reduce the death benefit and have other financial implications. Therefore, it is crucial to consult with a licensed insurance specialist before making any decisions.

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Asset Protection

Safe Growth


Contractually, guaranteed returns. Asset protection is an important consideration for anyone seeking to safeguard their wealth and assets. At Ginas Financial, we understand the importance of protecting our clients' hard-earned assets, and we offer a range of services to help them achieve this goal. Our team of experts can help clients develop a comprehensive asset protection plan that takes into account their unique needs and circumstances. We can assist with strategies such as creating trusts, establishing LLCs, and developing insurance coverage that can help shield assets from potential threats such as lawsuits or creditor claims. With our personalized support and commitment to building strong relationships with our clients, we can help ensure that their assets are protected and that they have the peace of mind they need to enjoy their wealth.

Principle Protection

Remove market risk.

Qualified Plan Rollovers

Let us help you determine if a rollover is the right move for you!

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Dental, Vision, Hearing, & Other Insurance

Adding dental, vision, hearing, and other insurances to your portfolio can provide comprehensive coverage beyond what Medicare typically offers. While Medicare covers many healthcare needs for seniors and certain disabled individuals, it does not necessarily include dental, vision, or hearing benefits in its standard plans. Here's how adding these additional coverages can be beneficial:

Dental Insurance:

Medicare does not cover routine dental care, such as cleanings, fillings, extractions, or dentures. However, dental issues can significantly impact overall health, leading to conditions like heart disease or diabetes if left untreated. Having dental insurance can help cover the costs of preventive care and treatments, ensuring better oral health and overall well-being.

Vision Insurance:

Similarly, Medicare typically does not cover routine eye exams, eyeglasses, or contact lenses unless related to certain medical conditions like diabetes or cataracts. Vision insurance can cover the costs of routine eye exams and corrective lenses, allowing individuals to maintain good vision and detect any eye diseases early on.

Hearing Insurance:

Medicare also doesn't cover routine hearing exams or hearing aids, which can be crucial for maintaining communication and quality of life. Hearing loss is common among seniors and can lead to social isolation and cognitive decline if not addressed. Hearing insurance can help cover the costs of hearing exams and devices, ensuring individuals can hear and engage with the world around them.

Other Supplemental Insurances:

Beyond dental, vision, and hearing, there are other supplemental insurance options available, such as long-term care insurance, cancer insurance, and hospital indemnity insurance. These policies can provide additional financial protection for specific healthcare needs that may not be fully covered by Medicare, such as extended nursing home stays, cancer treatments, or hospitalization costs.

By adding these insurances to your portfolio, individuals can fill the gaps in their Medicare coverage and ensure they have comprehensive protection for their healthcare needs. It's essential to carefully review and compare different insurance plans to find the ones that best fit your budget and healthcare requirements. Additionally, some Medicare Advantage plans offer these additional coverages bundled into their plans, providing a convenient and cost-effective option for comprehensive healthcare coverage.