vision coverage

worth the low cost


Coverage. It’s important to check the coverage of the insurance policy to ensure that it meets your needs. Some policies may only cover basic eye exams and glasses or contacts, while others may also cover more expensive procedures such as LASIK surgery.


Cost: Vision insurance is not expensive, less than $20/month  It’s important to compare the cost of the policy to the potential benefits it offers. You should also consider whether you have other insurance coverage that may cover vision expenses, such as a health insurance policy.


Most vision insurance plans have a network of providers that you can see for covered services. It’s important to check if your preferred eye care provider is in the network before purchasing a policy.


Medicare rules are confusing, yes.
Enrollment periods, permanent late enrollment penalties, some of what you may have heard is true.

We’ll keep your head above water, so that you don’t drown in the details.


There are going to be 30+ Medicare Advantage plans, 30+ Part D plans, and 20+ Medigap carriers in most locations.

Some locations have extra rights and options to enroll or change Medigap plans. You cannot simply call your friend, located in another state or county, to compare notes, because the same plans may not exist, the same prices may not exist.


START EARLY. You gain nothing by delaying.

You don’t get extra benefits, you don’t get better prices. You are inviting extra stress due to the fact there are other parties (government, carriers) involved.

DON’T DO IT YOURSELF. The public doesn’t get complete access to the best prices easily. There are nuances in the benefits that you may not recognize. And, if there is a problem, I will navigate, shepherd you to a resolution.


First, you can get a quote by clicking the link (here).

Second, check your dentist to make sure that he or she accepts that insurance. 

You can contact us directly by filling out the form, and one of our team will reach out to you, your information will not be sold or shared with anyone, that’s our guarantee.

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Jae W. Oh, MBA, CFP®, CLU® ChFC® is the Managing Principal of GH2 Benefits, LLC. He is a Certified Financial Planner, Chartered Life Underwriter, a Chartered Financial Consultant, and a licensed insurance producer in multiple states. He is the author of Maximize Your Medicare (Allworth Press). nationally-recognized Medicare expert, frequently quoted in the national media, including,, Fox Radio News contributor and lead contributor to

In addition, Mr. Oh is an Education Fellow at the Alliance For Lifetime Income..

GH2 Benefits is a full provider of the widest range of financial products and services. Mr. Oh has served in management roles in securities markets on three continents.
He has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) with concentrations in Accounting and Finance from the University of Chicago, and a Bachelors of Arts (BA) degree in Economics and Political Science from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

It doesn’t have to be overly-complicated. I will remove the noise, both good and bad, from Medicare, as I have done for over a decade.