Medicare Supplement & Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period 2020 Chandler, AZ
Please note: This is a reprint of my popular newsletter that is mailed to each and every one of my clients. Enjoy!
Hello Friends & Clients:
I hope you are all doing well. October is the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) for people on Medicare. This is the time the government has set aside, when you can make changes to your Medicare plans, to help find better plans and/or benefits.
I spent a good part of the summer taking classes, tests and training on the subject of Medicare and Medicare plans.
I was able to get a certification by AHIP, (America’s Health Insurance Plans) which allows me the opportunity to help people with both Medicare Supplement AND Medicare Advantage plans, along with prescription drugs. (Part D plans).
The good news for you is, if you are on Medicare, or know someone that is, I have a very high rate of success helping people save money on their prescription drugs.
There are also some exciting changes this year for diabetics on Medicare, which puts insulin at just $35 for a one month supply!!
The government is also putting a lot of effort and money into the Medicare Advantage programs, and the benefits are getting better and better. New changes include some reimbursement for the cost of Part B!!
If I can help you or someone you know with Medicare, I would be happy to help either via phone or in-person visit.
Here I am after a long day at Walmart. 😀
Between October 15th to December 7th, I have an informational booth set up at the San Tan Valley Walmart.
I will be there weekends for the Medicare AEP to answer questions on:
Medicare Plans Life Insurance Dental Insurance Cancer Insurance Retirement Planning
Walmart has partnered with brokers like myself to offer help to store customers.
This has been a great fit for me, since it allows me to share information in a relaxed, non- threatening way, and a chance for people to get to know me as a real person.
10 Fun Facts About Money You Might Not Know
1. Money is made in factories called mints.
2. Two-thirds of all US $100 bills are held outside the US.
3. There are more than 1.6 million ATMs in the world.
4. There are eagles printed on all U.S currency.
5. The United States officially adopted the dollar as its unit of currency in 1785.
6. The U.S. dollar is the most commonly used currency in the world.
7. The first U.S Mint got its power from Harnessed horses to print the money.
8. The Romans were the first to stamp the image of a living person on a coin.
9. The study or collection of money is called “numismatics”.
10. The first paper money was made in China over 1,000 years ago.
That is all for now! I hope you have a Happy Halloween, and we will visit with you again next month before Thanksgiving.
John D. McTighe & Family 🎃🎃🎃 Happy Halloween