Jess and Sandra
Longtime residents of Johnson County, Jess and Sandra Carrasquillo [Photography Provided]

Easy Street Insurance – Franklin

As longtime residents of Johnson County, Jess and Sandra Carrasquillo are continually inspired by all the positive growth in Franklin.

“We have watched Franklin grow over the last several years, and yet it still remains all about community,” Jess says. “The current leadership in Franklin is amazing. We have lived in Johnson County for over 37 years. Sandra worked at the Johnson County Community Foundation for several years during its infancy and has watched it grow into the outstanding organization that it is today.”

Jess has many fond memories of hosting and attending events at the Active Adult Center, Johnson County United Way, Johnson County Senior Services, the Fairgrounds, and other great organizations in Johnson County.

Recently, Jess and Sandra attended the Franklin Magazine launch party at Garment Factory Events. They heard Amy Skirvin, publisher of Franklin Magazine, share the story of Franklin’s rich history, and all the improvements that are happening in and around Franklin. At that point they knew they wanted to be involved. The Carrasquillos wanted to be part of this inaugural edition. Easy Street Insurance has advertised in Center Grove Magazine for years with positive results, from networking with other businesses to reaching a host of wonderful clients. For a business owner, the Towne Post Network publications are excellent community publications that have long-term impact.

Sandra and Jess started Easy Street Insurance in 1996. They specialize in Medicare products, and health and life insurance. Their team stays aware of upcoming changes and new products.

Starting January 1, 2025, there will be a ceiling on Medicare prescription costs for Medicare beneficiaries. No one with a Medicare Part D plan will spend more than $2,000 on prescriptions in 2025. For the first time in Medicare’s history, the amount of money that beneficiaries in drug plans will have to pay for their prescriptions each year will be capped, according to the provisions of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022. “This is the biggest change that has happened since Part D plans came out in 2006,” Jess says.

Easy Street Insurance recommends that everyone who receives their medication through any Medicare plan review their options this fall. The annual election period is from October 15 through December 7, 2024, for a January 1, 2025, effective date. The insurance companies are going to make changes to their plans and it’s going to be in your best interest to review your coverage.

Enrolling in Medicare or changing your plan(s) can be an overwhelming task for some people, but it doesn’t have to be, especially when you have the right team on your side. The folks at Easy Street spend six to eight weeks each year certifying on a national level and with multiple insurance carriers. Sandra and Jess are steadfast in providing ongoing education and certifications to ensure their agents are the best in the industry. As a result, customers feel very comfortable at Easy Street Insurance because they get all their questions answered, and as their tagline says, “We make Medicare easy!”

No cost. No pressure. Just sound advice.

“We break it down in simple terms so that people can understand everything related to Medicare,” Sandra says. “Customer service is very important to us. We are truly here to help. When clients call, we have a live person answering their questions. It is our passion and our mission to provide exceptional service to our clients. We become advocates for them. Our agents are truly outstanding and caring.”

“We love seniors,” Jess says. “It’s a ministry for us working with our clients. We know we have a huge responsibility. They are trusting us to help them make the right decision.”

Easy Street Insurance is located at 8000 South Meridian Street in Indianapolis. They service clients throughout Indiana. For more information or to set up a no-cost appointment, call 317-882-9602 or visit

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