Ashford Insurance


Ashford Insurance is an Independent Marketing Organization working with United HealthCare Medicare Solutions.

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Texas Medicare Plans Made Easy



Medicare Made Easy

Texas Medicare Plans Made Easy

Original Medicare was never designed to cover 100% of your healthcare costs. If you depend on Original Medicare alone, gaps in your Medicare coverage will be evident sooner than you realize. You will be responsible for the Medicare Part A deductible, which in some cases you can be obligated to pay several times a year. You will also be responsible for the Medicare Part B deductible, the 20% coinsurance for your Part B charges, and more.

All the out-of-pocket costs associated with Original Medicare can play havoc with your budget—and some people have been ruined financially because they had no health coverage other than Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B.

Who We Are

We are an independent insurance brokerage that specializes in Medicare products. We represent many carriers in Texas. Not only do we help Medicare beneficiaries find and enroll in the most cost-effective plans, we service those policies for life. Our clients have free access to our client service team to help them whenever they have any questions or Medicare issues.

What We Do

Medicare Supplement plans and Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug plans are the very core of our business. We compare Medicare Supplement plans, Medicare Advantage plans, and Part D drug plans for baby boomers just like you to help them find the most cost-effective plans in Texas. We can compare rates and financial ratings and give you unbiased opinions.

What Medicare is

Medicare is a national health insurance program that offers coverage for certain health care expenses. Most U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents are eligible for Medicare if they are age 65 or older or younger than age 65 with a qualifying disability or illness.