Retirement Planning starts with Medicare Education

Retirement en Medicare

Whether you are turning 65 soon or new to Medicare, now is a good time to learn about Medicare and how to choose a plan that may meet your needs.
Take advantage of an opportunity to learn more about Medicare.
We’ll cover common questions such as:

  • What’s the difference between Medicare Parts, A, B,C and D?
  • When can you enroll in a plan?
  • How does your current plan compare with a Medi-care plan?
  • Can you save money with a Medicare plan?
  • Could you be eligible for vision, dental, hearing and other benefits?

Consider Medicare if:

  • You’re turning 65 soon, or you celebrated your 65th birthday within the last 3 months
  • You’ve moved recently and are Medicare eligible
  • You’re already covered by Medicaid but are now Medi-care eligible
  • You’re over 65, still working and want an alternative to your employer’s plan
  • You’re over 65 and planning to retire soon

March 19, 2020, 1:00 PM
Dorothy Benson Sr Center
Conference Rooms A & B
Hosted by: Ronald MacAuley, Social Services Coordinator
Presenter: Gwen Goodman

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Conference Room A and B

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