Turning 65 Medicare Plans
When Turning 65, it is very important that you choose to work with an independent agent that represents all of the various insurance companies. Secondly, it is important, too, that the agent knows how to help you in year two, year three, etc. rather than just constantly chasing those new clients that are turning 65.
You see, when an agent’s practice is solely dependent upon new seniors turning 65, that agent literally does not know how to write a fully underwritten (non-65 year old) case. That is critical.
We work for our senior clients, NOT for the insurance companies.
This way, we can shop the market independently for the best possible value for your insurance premium dollar.
As you can see on Page 80 of the 2018 Medicare & You Guide book (CLICK HERE), ‘Different insurance companies may charge different premiums for the same exact policy’.
The only difference, sometimes to the tune of $1,200 or more per year, is the price that your agent is able to find in the marketplace for you. And this should be shopped every year.
Guess what happens when you sign up with a “Turning 65” only Medicare agent?
They’re off next week looking for that next “turning 65” senior and they’re not taking care of you.
This is our experience as a national agency helping clients lower their rates everyday around the country.
– Doug Moore