Basics of Medicare turning 65


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Medicare basics for people going on Medicare or turning 65 years old.
So many people ask the question, What are the steps that I take when I first go on Medicare. As an agent, my client base consists of around 90% people who are just entering Medicare. Why? People turning 65 and aging into Medicare need someone they can trust. They want to know, should I get an AARP (United Healthcare) Medicare supplement with aN Aetna prescription drug plan? Should I get a Blue Cross Blue Shield Medicare Advantage plan if I live in Pennsylvania or California or Florida? Is New Jersey a good state to look at medigap plan F or is it too expensive? At we help you answer all of those questions. How do you make money if you are not charging me more than the companies charge? If Aetna charges $125 a month for a plan how can you charge the same amount and make money? The answer is simple. We service so many seniors that Aetna gives us a commission and doesnt charge you. Why you ask? Because if they didn't give us a commission, they would lose business to another company such as Gerber life or Family life because so many clients come to us. Why do they come to us? Because we are honest and trustworthy. I tell my clients, shop around. If you can find a better deal, I am going to be very confused, because it doesnt happen. So, what do you do when you first get on Medicare. The chart tells you, but besides call us I would…

1. Get your Medicare A + B card. (Call SS office and ask)

2. Get a Medigap plan or advantage plan

3. Get a prescription drug plan

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Basics of Medicare turning 65

6 thoughts on “Basics of Medicare turning 65

  1. I don’t understand how Medicare works but the information about Medigap
    plans that you have on your website is so informative. I’m glad that I used
    the website and saw all the information on AARP and Aetna. Blue cross
    Medigap plans are expensive in Pennsylvania but in New Jersey they are
    astronomical. I also hear Florida Medigap plans are expensive. If they had
    New Era maybe it would be cheaper. Cigna als o has a great Medigap plan F
    as well as a Medicare supplement Plan G. 

  2. very good video when you are turning 65 and going on Medicare for the first
    time. Medigap plans are discussed also which is nice.

  3. In Pennsylvania, a lot of people get Medicare Advantage plans but I think
    it is because Philadelphia and Pittsburgh take up such a large number of
    people in the area. Most of the suburbs are getting on Medigap plans with a
    Medicare prescription drug plan. I’m an agent in Chester county Pa and
    everyone in West Chester and Downingtown seem to get a Medigap. Cigna and
    Aetna are the favorite righ now but people get on AARP even though a lot of
    people have told me it sucks. Try New Era also

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