I hope you are having a great week despite the crazy times.
Now hold on, I was kidding about the Medicare Zombies, but only slightly.
I have been getting calls and emails from Medicare clients all over who tell me they are being hounded online, over the phone, on TV and by email about all the amazing things coming out from Medicare.
Just remember, if something sounds too amazing, then it probably isn’t true. So beware of the marketing ploys you are being bombarded with. If something does sound interesting to you, write it down, book a time on my calendar and we’ll find out together if it’s true. We can
start reviewing the new Medicare plans after October 1st, but we can’t make any changes until October 15th and we have until December 7th.
So in the meantime, don’t let the Medicare zombies scare you into believing you are missing out.
When you are ready, we will review all the Medicare plans in your area and pick what serves you best.
In the meantime, click on the picture below and check out the real tarantula invasion.
On a whim, Quantz and drove south to La Junta Colorado and watched the annual tarantula migration. It was fascinating to Fort Bent, another national monument from where we built the west. It was a great excuse to take one more small trip before the Medicare Annual Election Period begins in October.
During AEP, the Medicare Annual Election Period, that’s when I’m working my hardest to make certain everyone is up to date on their coverage. If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it twice, if something about your coverage is making you unhappy, this is the time to contact me and get things right. If you are happy and everything is fine, you don’t need to book a time. But if you aren’t happy, that’s why I’m here.