It’s probably safe to assume that most working Americans who are nearing the age of 65 are preoccupied with two things: retirement and signing up for Medicare.
Since its establishment under the administration of President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1965, Medicare has been at the forefront of providing health insurance for Americans aged 65 and older, people below 65 who have certain disabilities, and people with permanent kidney failure regardless of their age.
While Medicare insurance doesn’t start giving retirees coverage until they hit the minimum age of 65, people who are in their early 60s and already preparing for retirement would do well to plan ahead. Health-care costs, after all, will tend to be the biggest expenses retirees have to face as they age, and it will always be best to understand everything they can about their Medicare plans, from the illnesses covered to how much the premiums would be.
The problem with Medicare insurance plans, however, is that they can be tough to figure out. Millions of people take advantage of it, but many of them still don’t have a full grasp of what they’re all about. As a consequence, many fail to maximize the benefits they can get from it.
That’s where we at Bennett and Porter come in. With our decades of experience in providing solutions for people’s insurance needs, we give you our assurance that by the time we’re finished taking care of your Medicare plan for you, you can look forward to a blissful retirement with the best Medicare coverage possible.
Contact us at 480-212-1150 to talk to one of our Certified Financial Planners who will help you with any wealth management and insurance concerns you have and start properly understanding Medicare today.