Your Map to Medicare
If you are turning 65, disabled, or over 65 and leaving an employer plan, you may have been flooded with advertisements, inducements, and other promotions urging you to sign up for this plan or that plan. It’s all noise. Let’s separate the signal from the noise.
We are going to give you tools to understand Medicare and those tools will give you a clear Map to Medicare. If you follow the map, it will save you hours of time and could save you money.
After years of doing small and large group presentations, individual meetings and working with municipalities, universities, and all sorts of businesses, we have developed a simple process that clarifies Medicare and your understanding of it. If you use these Four Questions, they will serve as guideposts for your Map to Medicare. Here are the questions:
When do I enroll in Medicare A and B?
Do I stay with Original Medicare A and B, and what’s the cost?
Do I choose a Medicare Advantage plan, and what’s the cost?
Or do I choose a Medicare Supplement, and what’s the cost?
Those are the questions. Now there are details within each one and we will look at those as we go. But spare yourself the angst generated by all those mailers and tv commercials. If you keep it simple, we promise you will be able to make an informed, intelligent decision regarding your healthcare coverage.
Our goal is to help you find effective solutions for coverage. We will give you two perspectives: one from 30,000 feet and one on the ground. We look at all the choices you have and show you how to filter out the noise from the pure signal. There is lots of noise from insurance carriers who want your name on their dotted line. Take time to weigh your choices.
You may be receiving lots of mailers from insurance companies touting their plan and urging you to call and schedule a “free” appointment or phone consultation. Keep in mind that individual companies have their specific plans and no others. They have a vested interest in encouraging you to sign up with them. You have rights concerning your Medicare coverage and you have options concerning which coverage you choose. The Professors will take time to make sure you are fully aware of your rights, and once you are clear, we will layout your options for you.
If you want a professor to speak to your group or organization, there is no charge. After the talk, you and your group will be clear about your Medicare rights. You will have the necessary information for making an intelligent decision on future healthcare. We proudly serve the Downtown, University Hill, Frasier Meadows, North Boulder, South Boulder, Wonderland Hill, Mapleton Hill, Whittier, Devil’s Thumb, Lower Chautauqua, Winding Trail and Parkside neighborhoods.
We are Insurance Brokers representing 30 different companies to give you choices. We work with Colorado residents and are also licensed in: AK, AL, AZ, CA, GA, HI, IN, KS, KY, LA, MI, MS, NE, NC, NM, OH, PA, SD, TX, WA, and WY.