Many of my clients rely on Medicare for their health insurance, or they will once they reach age 65.

But how do you navigate the Medicare maze and decide which coverages you need?

For example, do you need a Medicare Supplement (aka Medigap) or a Medicare Advantage plan?

When should you start investigating your options?

How often should you review your coverage and costs?

Do you have to enroll in Medicare if you’re still employed?

These questions – and many more – can become overwhelming. And you might like some assistance.

I’d like to offer a couple of solutions…

If you live in, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North or South Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, or Virginia, I’d encourage you to reach out to my friend and colleague, Bob Fitzgerald (pictured above).

Bob can discuss and evaluate your situation and needs, including your current prescriptions. If you’d like to speak with Bob, please get in touch and let me know, and I’ll be happy to make a personal introduction.

Or if you live in anywhere in the US, you can also choose a self-service option through my partnership with Healthpilot.

If you click here, you can walk through their free, user-friendly online process to evaluate all your Medicare coverage options.

Whether you’re enrolling in Medicare for the first time, or you’re reviewing your coverage and costs, and want to compare what you have to other options available to you, Healthpilot’s system is designed to inform and educate you about your options and their costs.

And once you find the coverage you want, just click a button to enroll right from within the Healthpilot platform.

Whether you want to speak to an expert like Bob or explore your Medicare options on your own with Healthpilot, you’ll be doing yourself a favor by getting some guidance on this important decision.

And if you have any questions about how your taxable income can impact your Medicare costs or how these costs will factor into your financial plan, let’s talk about it.