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5 Ways To Find Medicare Bliss
Author: Lora Drummond
Medicare Transition Specialist
Employees turning 65 have many options. Whether continuing to work or transitioning out of work, partnering with a transition team can simplify the Medicare process so eligible employees can take advantage of more benefit options they might otherwise be missing.
A Medicare Transition Team can help create a calm and confident partnership for employee Medicare discussions.
5 Ways to Find Medicare Bliss
- Download a free and helpful Medicare Guide which summarizes the basics of Medicare.
- Decide if moving to Medicare makes sense for an employee by doing a simple comparative analysis between current group plan costs and the average costs of Medicare using a Stay or Go Analysis™.
- Have easy access to compare all the Medicare plans available in an area using a Medicare Blueprint Builder™ so employees see all their options.
- Connect with a Certified Medicare Planner™ for free guidance
- Combine all the resources above for stress-free management via a single compliant resource.
Want to avoid all the Medicare hassles? Consider partnering with a Medicare Transition Team. Maybe one with Certified Medicare Planners™ to help your employees. Certified Medicare Planners™ are trained to provide the tools and technology your employees need to confidently transition to Medicare with no penalties or reduction in options. The help you need – where and when you need it.
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