I have been privileged to help several thousand people who were going on Medicare understand their Medicare options so they could make the right Medicare decision for them.
While many people I help understand the long-term implications of the choices they make when they first go on Medicare, I often talk with someone who does not yet realize the Medicare choices they make when they first go on Medicare are often long-term rather than short-term decisions.
The conversation will often go something like this…
“Hi Charlie…this is Robert. I am turning 65 and going on Medicare next month. I need to decide what Medicare plan I need. I am in good health, take no medications and only see a doctor once or twice a year.”
If I were helping this same person with his property insurance, the same logic would go something like this… Read More