Medicare Open Enrollment 101
What you will learn:
- Medicare Open Enrollment timelines
- The difference between Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage
- How Medicare drug plans work
- How personal preference, risk tolerance, and other factors impact available plans and the cost of coverage
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Medicare 101: A Guide to Understanding Your Benefits
Medicare impacts millions of seniors every year, but few people understand how it works. In this guide, we will cover the basics of Medicare, the various coverage components, and the important considerations for Medicare enrollment, so you can make the best decision for your situation.
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This free 17-page PDF gives an overview of Medicare, answering questions like:
- What is Medicare?
- How is Medicare paid for?
- When do I enroll in Medicare?
- What is NOT covered by Medicare?
- What are the different parts of Medicare?
- And more!
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2023 Year-End: 5 Financial Planning Reminders
With 2023 coming to a close, it is important to ensure year-end planning items are completed before December 31. Whether they be for tax-planning, retirement or other financial planning purposes, the following are a few reminders of what you may need to review before ringing in the New Year.
Economic & Market Review: Q3 2023 [Webinar Summary]
Presenters: Lowell Pratt, CFA, Andy Pratt, CFA, CAIA, and Adam Newman, CFA, CFP®, RICP®
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