In the next few months, you will be newly eligible for Medicare. That means considering your coverage options.
Of course, you also have a chance to alter your choice. Each fall, Medicare offers an annual open enrollment period in which you can switch from traditional Medicare to Medicare Advantage or vice versa.
You may have considered all these strategies to some degree already. This letter is just a reminder that you are now Medicare-eligible, so these choices may soon need to become considerations.
If you’d like to discuss those choices with me, please feel free to call me or email me today.
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To Newly Eligible Medicare Participants
December 18, 2016