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MAKING SENSE OF MEDICARE

Are you turning 65? Unhappy with your current plan? Wonder if you could be getting more benefits? Medicare Supplement rates going up? Or want to work with a trusted local agent who will be your advocate for life rather than calling a 1-800 number and waiting to talk to a different person every time you have a question? I can help.

I specialize in helping folks make sense of Medicare. I provide free, no-obligation Medicare assistance to help you find a Medicare insurance plan that fits your specific needs and budget or to help you re-evaluate the Medicare plan you're in. I provide plans from virtually every insurance carrier that offers Medicare Supplement plans as well as Medicare Advantage plans, but I don't work for any of them, I work for my clients. No high-pressure sales with me. Just honest, unbiased advice.

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Want to learn more? Watch my videos below for an overview of Medicare, the differences between Medicare Supplement Plans and Medicare Advantage Plans, and even a guide on how to enroll in Medicare parts A and B online for those turning 65. 

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CLIENT REVIEWS

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The first chart shows the potential out-of-pocket costs if one stays on Original Medicare by itself. Take note that there is no maximum out-of-pocket limit like we're used to with under 65 health insurance. The second chart shows the two-way path we have to filling in the gaps in Original Medicare. When you meet with me virtually or in my office, we will go over the pros and cons of both paths from a completely unbiased perspective so you can make an educated decision as to how you want to receive your Medicare benefits. 

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CMS disclaimer: We do not offer every plan available in your area. Currently, we represent 6 organizations which offer 53 products in your area. Please contact Medicare.gov or 1-800-Medicare, or your local State Health Insurance Program to get information on all your options."

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