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More than 365,000 Californians will turn 65 this year. Turning 65 is a lot like turning 16. When you turned 16, you didn’t automatically get your driver’s license; instead you had to take an exam and prove that you were a safe driver. There was a specific procedure for getting your
driver’s license and the same is true for enrolling in Medicare for the first time when you turn 65. Much like you anticipated turning 16 and getting your driver’s license, you must anticipate and plan for becoming a Medicare beneficiary. Don’t wait until you’re 65 to start thinking about your Medicare choices. Start now and let Jim Robeson help you with all your Medicare needs.
The Medicare Answer Guy provides no-cost, unbiased information about Medicare and other insurance-related issues. It is recommended that you review your Medicare options before you need to enroll so that you don’t make any hurried decisions at the last minute. Your Medicare choices will depend on several factors, including:
↦ Are you retired, or will you or your spouse continue to work?
↦ Will you have access to medical and/or prescription drug coverage through an Employer Group Health Plan?
↦ How does your Employer Group Health Plan compare with Medicare Supplement Insurance plans and Medicare Advantage plans?
Of course there are other things to consider when determining your Medicare options.
Don’t wait to make your Medicare decisions — you can and should start the process before you become eligible for Medicare. Let The Medicare Answer Guy help you understand your options and get you on the road to Medicare.
How do you know which Medicare Plan is right for you?
Our knowledgeable, trustworthy agents will provide you with the information you need to make your Medicare experience easy and affordable. Medicare is a critical part of life after 65, let The Medical Answer Guy take care of your Medicare needs.