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Paying it Forward-
We Practice it Daily
Author: Lora Drummond
Medicare Transition Specialist
Examples of unsolicited kindness are showing up in all facets of daily life due to the impact of the pandemic. People are eager to make a difference by offering help to friends, family, and strangers! I certainly enjoy reading about those positive acts of kindness as a refreshing relief from all the virus news. I hope you are taking the time to enjoy some positive uplifting stories daily too!
Pay It Forward Day is a worldwide celebration of kindness that takes place every year on April 28th. That’s tomorrow! The designated day for ‘kindness’ may soon be upon us, but given the current events in the world, no one can deny expressions of kindness are already out in full force without expectation of anything in return.
Have you decided what act of kindness you might be paying forward tomorrow? Have others’ random acts of kindness and service due to COVID-19 impacted you in how you are paying it forward daily?
We practice kindness through our business every day. Sharing our knowledge of Medicare helps clients feel more confident about their Medicare decisions. We enjoy offering education and solutions to help people free of charge, so what we do is very rewarding! We have been providing Medicare education workshops and plan guidance at no cost to individuals and employers since our company was born.
Medicare shouldn’t be complicated. At work, when partnering with HR Teams, we provide simple solutions that can benefit both employers and employees. We become a dedicated Medicare transition team for them.
By hosting employee workshops and providing technology to assist HR teams, we help employers include Medicare in their benefit discussions. HR teams are happy to have an expert resource for Medicare discussions because it creates the opportunity for them to compliantly include Medicare as a viable transition option for employees who are over the age of 65 to consider. Visit our link to see what Medicare@Work resources we have created for employers and employees to use: https://themedicarearchitect.com/
Employers who offer Certified Medicare Planners™ as dedicated Medicare transition partners, will bring peace of mind to employees managing benefit decisions or who are inquiring about Medicare, so they feel confident about their choices. Whether employees are planning retirement, working past age 65, or managing through an unplanned exit due to furlough or layoff, having Certified Medicare Planners™ can help bridge the gap from a group plan to Medicare smoothly.
If you want to help someone considering Medicare or with Medicare questions, you now have a resource to help “pay it forward”.
We are here to help.
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.
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