The Big 65 Missouri
Missouri Medicare Insurance Broker
Welcome to The Big 65 Missouri. My name is Karl Bruns-Kyler and I’m a Missouri Medicare insurance broker and independent agent.
For 20 years I’ve been helping Medicare-eligible recipients in Missouri and across the country.
During these past two decades, many things have changed in Missouri. However, one thing has not changed:
MEDICARE IS COMPLICATED!
My role as a Medicare insurance broker, is to un-complicate Medicare by doing the following:
ONE … HELP you identify the appropriate Medicare Plan option for you.
TWO … FIND the lowest cost plan for the appropriate Medicare option for you.
THREE … PROVIDE you with concierge level service each and every year to make sure your current Medicare Plan is meeting your ongoing healthcare needs.
FOUR … KEEP you abreast of changes in Medicare and the overall landscape of healthcare for people 65 years of age and older and those younger than 65 on Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).
MY SERVICES ARE ALWAYS FREE. (That means your insurance premium is the same whether you work with me or directly with the insurance company.)
Again, thank you for visiting The Big 65 Missouri Medicare insurance website. It would be my privilege to help you with your Medicare coverage.
The Big 65 – Medicare Insurance Broker
YES, I would like to have a licensed Missouri insurance agent call or email me about Medicare Advantage Plans, Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plans and/or Medicare Supplement Insurance.
Karl Bruns-Kyler serves Medicare recipients across the state of Missouri. Additional cities served: Affton, Creve Coeur, Ozark, Jennings, Kansas City, Ladue, Neosho, Poplar Bluff, St. Louis, Wentzville and the neighborhood of Wydown/Skinker.
Karl Bruns-Kyler is a licensed Medicare insurance agent (independent broker) in twenty-two states around the country to help with Medicare insurance. Those states include: AL, AZ, CO, FL, GA, IN, IA, KS, LA, MD, MO, NJ, NY, NC, OH, OK, PA, SC, TN, TX, VA, WI. Additional states will be added as Medicare insurance needs increase around the country.