The 64.5 Year Old Conversation
Why is it so important to start learning at age 64.5? (listen to clip above)
Simply because you can avoid a whole bunch of problems that come with doing the WRONG things related to Medicare at age 65.
Here’s a short list of things that can go wrong.
You’re still working and funding your Health Savings Account but signed up for Part A (a no-no in Medicare-land);
Your group employer plan does not have creditable Part D coverage (you’ll get a penalty later);
You work for a small group with less than 20 employees and didn’t enroll into Part B (you can have major coverage issues);
You took Cobra coverage at age 66, for example, as you retired but didn’t sign up for Part B because you “have work coverage” (wrong move, you can have major lack of coverage issues).
Starting early can, obviously, help you avoid doing the wrong things.
The Message Can't Be Delivered Enough!
Since we can't reinforce the message (start your learning curve early) enough... Here's a short
e-book to keep sending the message out there!
Send it to anyone you know that is on the cusp of turning 65.
Click here for the PDF