A mountain of decisions await you. 
We turn those mountains into a smooth, simple process.

At no cost to you.

90 Days From Retirement.

Ideally, you should start the Medicare process 90 days before you retire.

This makes it a whole lot easier for you to plan, prepare, and meet the enrollment deadlines, while avoiding stress and any penalties.

So, where do we come in? 

We'll handle all the paperwork headed your way as well as guide you through which plan combinations work best for you.

Oh, and having us do all the stuff you don't want to do doesn't cost you anything. 

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Medicare 101

Your Medicare playbook

Medicare is a beast. We put together this Medicare playbook to make it easier for you to navigate the choices you'll get to make related to your plans.

Inside, you'll find:

  • The Medicare ABC(D)s
  • Costs and enrollment periods
  • Options for filling in the gaps left by Original Medicare

Medicare 101 Webinars

Some people want to learn everything they can about Medicare and what life will look like with Medicare. If you are one of those people, we have something for you.

We regularly hold online presentations where we cover Medicare basics in an entertaining, interactive way. 

Ask any questions you may have and leave knowing all about Medicare.

These webinars cover things like:

  • How much does Medicare cost?
  • Who is eligible and when should I apply?
  • How can gaps in benefits be filled?
  • What are the differences in Medicare Parts A, B, C, and D?
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Live, in-person Medicare seminars

We'll bring these interactive seminars to you. Schedule a time for us to stop by your office and present to your employees. We'll answer any questions you may have and (we are told) everyone leaves feeling better prepared to begin their Medicare journey.

Give us a call to schedule a time: 801-523-6081

or send us an email:

Medicare University

Learn all about Medicare with easy to digest audio and video clips.

  • Medicare 101
    • Who qualifies
    • Parts A, B, C, D
    • When to enroll
    • Supplement vs Advantage plans
  • Part D: Prescription Drug Coverage
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