Category: Social Security

Watch out for Medicare scams!

Greetings Neighbor, I hope you are having a great week despite COVID and the crazy election. In talking with clients all over, half the country is disheartened, the other half the country is joyful…exactly like four years ago, except reversed. The bottom line… One Nation, under God…let’s remember that. Did you ever see the Paul […]

What do you know about COVID-19 and Social Security?

Greetings Neighbor! I hope you are having a great week despite the crazy times. We’re having beautiful fall weather here except for the ashes from the fires on the patio every morning. Like you, I can’t wait for 2020 to end. In the meantime, I keep doing my best to help people with their Medicare […]

How to Avoid Medicare Identity Theft

Do you know how to avoid Medicare Identity Theft? This week I heard from a couple of different Medicare clients who tell me their identities were ALMOST stolen. As Clint Eastwood used to say, “Do ya feel lucky? Well do ya??” If you check out this video, you will be lucky. Simple steps to protect […]

How to enroll in Medicare Part B

Once you’ve decided to begin Medicare, you will next need to enroll in Part B. Once you have Medicare Part A and Part B, you can then select the coverage you’ll need to augment original Medicare. Watch this video to learn the basic steps to enroll in Medicare Part B Here is the link to […]

How much am I going to get and when should I begin?

One of the most common questions I am asked as people approach Social Security age is, “How much am I going to get and when should I begin?” Naturally, my answer is always the same… it depends. I am not a Financial Planner, and I don’t play one on TV 😊. For specific information, talk […]