Open Enrollment Facts And Information

Issue 44.15

My parents carried the same auto and home insurance carrier for years. Even though they never filed a claim or used their policy, the premium rates got higher over time but my parents never really thought about it.

Eventually I encouraged them to look into other carriers to see if they could get a better rate elsewhere. They were able to save a lot of money with the same quality of coverage they’d always had.

What many people aren’t aware of is that you can use that same strategy to look at your Medicare Supplements and Prescription Drug plan too.

Open Enrollment for Medicare started October 15th and continues through December 7th this year. It’s important for you to have the right coverage in place in case you get sick or have a medical emergency. Medical bills are expensive and it seems the older we get the more of them we have. You need to have the proper coverage to protect your retirement nest egg.

We’ve all heard the commercials that say “15 minutes could save you 15% or more” and that catchphrase applies here as well. Whether this if your first time enrolling for Medicare, you’re unhappy with your current coverage, or you’d just like to see what other options are available to you, I encourage you to take a few minutes to call our office at (435) 773-9444 and schedule a time to sit down with me.

Your visit will be complimentary and I use this amazing software that can provide all the options available to you so we can review them together. Because Medicare fall under one of Eric Scott Financial’s crossroads, the Risk Management Crossroad, I’ll even sweeten the deal by throwing in a free copy of our financial advice book, The Five Crossroads.

Call (435)773-9444 and schedule your free Medicare Enrollment Review today.

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