Category: Living Well

Karl Bruns-Kyler of The Big 65 discusses the benefits of volunteering.

Why Not Volunteer?

May this blog post find you in good health with your Medicare Coverage working properly.   After visiting the largest Buddha in Bangkok, Q and I couldn’t resist walking past the monk and receiving good wishes. We’ve been sending this newsletter for five years now, pretty much every Saturday. Whether at home or working from the […]

Paperwork that matters with Karl Bruns-Kyler of The Big 65 Medicare insurance services.

Paperwork That Matters

May this blog post find you in good health with your Medicare Coverage working properly.  Today, I want to discuss paperwork that matters.  But first … Aren’t these kids cute? I’m a sucker for dinosaur jammies, must be the grandpa instinct kicking in, eh? Many of you tell me about the joy you receive from your […]

How To Find Happiness in Retirement

May this note find you in good health with your Medicare Coverage working properly! I made a lot of calls this week to different carriers on behalf of clients who hadn’t received their new insurance cards. Remember, if you kept the same Medicare plan from last year, you won’t need a new card! If you […]

Here’s a Thought For Today

Happy Holidays to you and your family in this week of remarkable subzero cold all over our country. Plato and I have been shuttling kids to the airport. Santiago, one of our former exchange students, returned to his family in Puebla, Mexico. Q has enjoyed having a son at home to spoil (while our son […]

Karl Bruns-Kyler - The Big 65 Medicare Insurance Broker

Most Senior Dental Insurance Is Crap

Holiday greetings to you and your family. Things are quieting down in the Bruns-Kyler house, but that doesn’t mean we’ve stopped dressing Plato in absurd holiday costumes. Fortunately, Plato will do pretty much anything for pretzels! He is a chow hound. As it’s almost the end of the year, I’ve been getting a ton of […]

Karl and Plato of The Big 65 Medicare insurance broker

The Annual Election Period ended December 7th but …

May this blog post/newsletter find you in good health with your Medicare coverage working properly. The Annual Election Period ended December 7th and Plato is ready to dance! It was a pleasure to catch up with so many of you all over the country and I am excited to have a little down time. Even […]

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Annual Election Period Ends Soon

Plato is channeling how yours truly feels during the Annual Election Period which ends soon. If you’ve already updated your Medicare coverage (or you are happy) you don’t need to do anything, but… If you are a procrastinator, the end is near for making changes so book a time on my calendar. It’s been a […]

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Medicare Supplement or Medicare Advantage Plans – Which Are Better?

May this blog post/newsletter find you in good health with your Medicare insurance working properly.  Thank goodness, less than two weeks left in the Annual Election Period. Most of the promises are bogus, but if you do have questions, feel free to book a time on my calendar. In the meantime, Dan and Sam hope […]

How To Use Your Crystallized Intelligence - blog post from The Big 65 Medicare Broker

How To Use Your Crystallized Intelligence

I hope you’ve been avoiding the Medicare trolls and incessant telemarketers. Beware of anyone who promises too much! Meanwhile, Plato says Happy SNowvember!  Here are a few stories that may inspire you to use your crystallized intelligence. Last Saturday, when we were walking, we ran into a buddy who saved his newly born grandchild’s life. […]

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Is It Time For Quantz and Me To Get Divorced?

The Marriage Penalty Hurts Married People: Is it time for Quantz and me to get divorced?  Karl Bruns-Kyler and The Big 65 Weighs In … May this note find you in good health with your Medicare coverage working properly.  Today’s topic:  The Marriage Penalty Hurts Married People. Now don’t worry about my provocative question, Q […]