Scottsdale Retirement Planner Holds Monthly Free “Medicare Made Easy” Seminars

This monthly Medicare seminar is for people 64 1/2 years of age who will need to understand Medicare. People don’t realize at age 65 they are entitled to Medicare Part A which is usually free.

Family Wealth Advisors in Scottsdale, Arizona holds a free monthly seminar called “Medicare Made Easy.”

This monthly seminar is best suited for people 64 1/2 years of age who will need to understand Medicare (or people new to Medicare). People don’t realize that at age 65 they are entitled to Medicare Part A which is usually free and covers hospitalization. You can actually get penalized for the rest of your life if you fail to file suspension paperwork when continuing to work.

To see the full schedule for the Medicare Made Easy seminars, please visit:

Mr. Jeff Biro who created this special seminar for those turning 65 and eligible for Medicare for the first time said “Most people are unaware of how the Medicare system works. Our 2-hour seminar will outline what makes the most sense for you and your family. Choosing or not choosing a Medicare plan can add up to some stiff penalties. Doesn’t it make sense to invest 2 hours to learn how to transition into Medicare?”

This seminar will explain Medicare Parts A, B, C and D and how to sign up properly for Medicare to ensure you receive all the benefits you are entitled to, plus:

– If you continue to work how to avoid Medicare penalties;

– Your Group Insurance vs. Medicare – pros & cons;

– Why shouldn’t you buy an Advantage Plan since it’s so affordable;

– The difference between Medicare Supplement Plans F & G;

– If you are not taking any Prescriptions why you should still apply for Medicare Part D Drug Coverage;

– Open Window Confusion – Drugs vs. HMO vs. Medicare Supplement;

– Which Plan is best if you Travel;

– ASRS vs. other Group Insurance plans;

– Why you or your spouse should not go on Medicare;

– Why do I need a Drug Analysis every year;

– Why would I need an Agent if I can buy it Online;

– Which Plans have Silver Sneakers?

– And much more.

He went on to say, “There are 2 main ways to get your Medicare coverage: Original Medicare or Medicare Advantage Plan (Part C).

Original Medicare is fee-for-service coverage under which the government pays your health care providers directly for your Part A and/or Part B benefits.

Medicare Part C, also called Medicare Advantage, are plans offered by private insurance companies approved by Medicare. You must be enrolled in both Part A to join a Medicare Advantage plan.

Many people aren’t clear on the differences between the Medicare Supplement and Advantage Plan.”

Attendees of this free Medicare seminar will receive the “Turning 65” checklist to make the transition to retirement as smooth as possible as well as their own personalized “Retirement View” to visually see when they can Retire and what their Retirement will look like.

Jeff Biro will be leading the presentation and says Family Wealth Advisors has saved attendees mistakes, money and they have learned vast knowledge on Medicare from this seminar. This class is interactive as attendees can ask questions on the spot to get information that is not readily available through other channels or even online.

People who live in Scottsdale and the surrounding Phoenix metro areas and are interested in attending the Medicare Made Easy seminar can register free at:

About Family Wealth Advisors & Biro Financial

Jeff Biro is the President of Family Wealth Advisors & Biro Financial. Family Wealth Advisors is the Investment Firm Mr. Biro uses as a Fiduciary Investment Advisor. Biro Financial was founded in 2002 and specializes in Helping Baby Boomers Retire.

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