“Thank you for the best information about Medicare ever! I’ve been to other seminars that did not explain the difference in plans.”
“Great seminar, full of valuable info. No sales involved – just information.”
“Dave does an excellent job explaining Medicare.”
“I’m so glad I attended this workshop. David McLoon is one of those rare Medicare experts who genuinely cares about helping people get the most out of Medicare. He spent time getting to know my situation and has given me great advice.”
“Wonderful, informative and presented in an easy to understand way. Thank you!”
“Thanks for all the info. I now feel more comfortable with what is ahead! “
“This workshop saved me time, money, and headaches. Dave helped me navigate the maze of plans to find the best one for my specific needs. His personalized service earned my confidence and trust. What a relief!”
“Great information – good time spent learning about Medicare.”
“Dave was very informative and knowledgeable. I appreciate an agency that answers questions and knows their stuff!”
“Good presentation. Very informative and helpful.”
“Excellent Medicare seminar. Quite knowledgeable and informative.”
“Great information. I learned a lot, and I’ve been administering group medical insurance for 40 years!”
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When do you need to enroll in Medicare? How do you enroll in Medicare? What does it cost? When does coverage begin? Do I need both Part A and Part B? When do I enroll in a Drug Plan? When can I expect to receive my Medicare card?
How to avoid expensive enrollment-period penalties
The important differences between Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplements. Choosing the wrong plan could affect you for life. The workshop will cover in great detail, the two different types of Medicare health insurance, the Original Medicare program using Medicare Supplements or the Medicare Advantage program. What is a Medicare Supplement? The differences between Plan F, Plan G, and Plan N.
Understand Medicare Drug Plans and avoid penalties related to Part D Drug Plans.
Do you need Medicare if you are still working or if you are covered under your spouse’s group plan?
How will the new laws affect you in the long run?