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To make good decisions, you need good information. When you are fully informed, you feel more confident about taking action. And taking the right action is the key to protecting the quality of your healthcare in the coming years.
Medicare beneficiaries receive a lot of telephone calls from telemarketers all over the country and a lot of information in the mail about Medicare. Medicare options can be difficult to understand, especially if you are turning 65 or enrolling in Medicare for the first time.
Our Medicare Advisors can be extremely helpful and can turn a confusing situation into a rather easy process. There are lots of insurance agents who can sell you a policy. But there are almost none offering the extensive back-end support and value-added benefits you will find our Medicare Advisors. We have been helping seniors for more than 40 years.
We are here to help you build a better quality of life. Let us can help you learn the major pitfalls to avoid. Plus, when you enroll with our Medicare Specialist, you get value-added benefits such as help with your Medicare prescription drug plan; dental and vision protection; free consultation with an elder law attorney; senior financial specialist; long-term care specialist; access to nursing home and home health care referral service; plus, we provide you expert help at claim time - when it really counts.
We consistently hear from our senior friends that our Medicare specialists are the first people they have spoken with that have finally helped them to make some sense out of Medicare. (See What our Senior Friends have To Say)
We offer you the security of discussing your needs with one of our Medicare Advisors, who have been approved, certified and authorized by the Association. Give us a try – we provide exceptional, straightforward no-hassle service. There is NO COST to you for our services.
We are a nonprofit organization. We have been helping Medicare beneficiaries understand Original Medicare and other Medicare choices for more than 40 years.
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