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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 rather than calling a 1-800 number and waiting on hold when you need something? I can help.

I specialize in helping folks make sense of Medicare. I offer free, no-obligation Medicare quotes and 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 offer plans from many different insurance carriers, 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 and the differences between Medicare Supplement Plans and Medicare Advantage Plans.


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In this video, I go over:

  • The basics of Medicare.

  • How Medicare works.

  • Typical Medicare costs.

  • Potential out-of-pocket costs.

  • What you should know to make an informed decision about how you want to receive your Medicare benefits.

In this video, I look at Medicare Supplement Plans and Medicare Advantage Plans from an unbiased perspective. I explain the pros and cons of each so you can decide which may be a better fit for you. I hope this helps clear up any confusion you may have between the two different paths.


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This is a great chart that shows typical 2023 Medicare Part B monthly premiums. Part B is the medical portion of Medicare that most people will have to pay for monthly, whereas part A is usually free as long as you've paid 10 years (or 40 quarters) of Medicare taxes.

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CMS disclaimer: We do not offer every plan available in your area. Any information we provide is limited to those plans we do offer in your area. You can contact Medicare.gov or 1-800-MEDICARE to get information on all your options.