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Announcing the “65 and Counting” Talk Show!
Author: Lora Drummond
Medicare Transition Specialist
Announcing the “65 and Counting” Talk Show!
A weekly presentation of retirement talk to educate and entertain!
What are the topics on your mind as you navigate to and through age 65? Or are you an HR professional with an aging workforce guiding employee questions?
What if we could bring together industry experts to address interesting topics in a casual and entertaining talk show format that you could listen to anywhere?
Listen… from the comfort of your home or office!
Wealth retention & limiting risk – Cost savings on medical expenses- Whether to leave your group plan and go to Medicare – How Medicare transition can help a corporate bottom line – 401K questions?
What can we make easier for you?
Listen and find out what the experts have to say!
Available Now for your listening pleasure is…
If you are already a client you will recognize the familiar way the team guides conversation as if you were family. Holding true to their fiduciary role and carrier non-bias, the team will present topics and experts to help with decisions that come with nearing and already being retired. They hope to keep each weekly episode content simple, informative, and fun.
If you have not met the teams yet, then the talk show will provide you with a great opportunity to learn more about how we have been helping thousands of people nationwide for more than two decades!
Who are our listeners?
- Employees working past age 65 and those planning to retire.
- HR Professionals managing an aging workforce and compliantly transitioning employees to Medicare.
- Caregivers interested in topics to help their senior clientele
- Retirees asking budget, wealth management, and insurance questions
Upcoming broadcasts will include featured guest speakers such as:
-Best Selling Authors
-Medical and Health Experts
-Financial Planning & Wellbeing
-Certified Medicare Planners
-Wills and Trust Experts
Episode #1 – Released Monday, May 18, 2020
“ What Do Happy Clients and a Best Selling Author Have in Common?”
Meet our host Adam Frye, hear some client testimonials, and enjoy an interview with the best-selling author on Medicare, David P. Schaeffer –CEO of American Retirement Advisors, and Chief Architect with The Medicare Architects.
Episode #2 – Released Today, May 26, 2020
“ Sushi and Sharon – We ‘sushi’ You When You Turn 65”
Our host Adam Frye, shares more client testimonials, and his first outing experience after COVID restaurant orders expire. Enjoy an interview with Senior Advisor, Sharon Groves with 123Easy Medicare. (Try saying “Sharon and Sushi” three times fast!)
65 and Counting is hosted by Adam Frye who has been working closely with Medicare-eligibles and retirees for more than six years. In fact, it’s very likely you have already heard his voice and worked with him when calling into American Retirement Advisors and The Medicare Architects. Adam is a client care support and enrollment specialist who was “raised” on retirement planning and Medicare by his father Marc Frye, an American Retirement Advisor’s veteran with 30 years of industry experience and is the Nevada Director of Healthcare & Retirement Planning.
To listen to 65 and Counting, with new episodes every Monday, go to www.65andcounting.com.
We want to provide the content you are interested in! This is a show for YOU!
Send your topic suggestions to: email@example.com so we can make sure to include your topics of interest and industry experts on the show. We want to make this YOUR talk show!
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