Just like Social Security, Medicare is something we look forward to as we retire or near retirement.
However, enrolling for Medicare is not just a simple process that you do when you turn 65. The rules are complex, supplement plans are confusing and everyone seems to be giving you their own opinion on what you should do. However, not every person nor every situation is created equal.
What Will You Learn?
In this Medicare class, we’ll be covering everything from the basics to the most complicated segments of Medicare and what’s new in 2020.
In addition, you will learn about the different parts of Medicare and what kind of supplement is right for you and your personal situation.
*We use Qualified Financial Professionals to present each class
Just a few of the questions that will be answered are:
Learn the basics of Medicare.
Part A, Part B, Part C, Part D, Medicare Advantage, When do I sign up? And the questions go on and on. You will learn Medicare basics to help you make sound decisions.
What do Medicare parts A, B and D cover?
Each part of Medicare covers something different and you will learn what each part covers and how to select the right plan.
Learn which Medicare Plan is right for you.
Like all of other retirement situations picking the right plan at the right time can mean savings for you.
Learn how Medicare Advantage works.
Medicare Advantage is private insurance. Learn if it is the right option for you.
Learn about copays and out of pocket expenses.
All Medicare plans come with some out of pocket expenses. Learn how you can minimize those costs.
Learn when and how to sign up for Medicare.
Everyone should sign up for Medicare before turning 65. Learn the right time and the right plan for your specific needs.
Learn how to use Medicare to pay for Hospital visits, doctor appointments and pay for prescription drugs.
Making sure you are fully covered in retirement is important. Learn with plans cover the needs you have in your retirement.
Does Medicare cover Long Term Care?
No one wants to think about a nursing home or assisted living facility. Learn if Medicare covers Long Term Care.