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Medicare Video Quick-Course

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When Do You Enroll in Medicare?

If you are new to Medicare, this video will tell you when your initial enrollment period occurs, how to enroll, when your coverage goes into effect, and more!

The “Parts” of Medicare

Medicare consists of various “Parts” and it is important for you to understand what all of them are. This video provides a clear explanation.

Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period

When are you allowed to make changes to your Medicare coverage options? This video explains the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) and what you can do during this time.

Medicare Advantage and Supplement Plans

When you enroll in Medicare, you’ll have the option of selecting an Advantage Plan or a Supplement Plan. This video explains both types of plans and helps you to understand the difference.

Medicare Part D: Prescription Drug Coverage

What are your options for prescription drug coverage through Medicare? Part D coverage comes from private insurance companies and you can get it in different ways.

Why Use a Broker to Assist You with Your Medicare Coverage?

What is the benefit of using an independent broker? Is there any added cost when you use a broker to help you with your Medicare coverage? These questions and more are answered in this video.

Get Free Medicare Assistance

Friendly, licensed professionals are available to answer all of your questions. Call Springfield: (417) 755-7050 or Rolla: (573) 364-5446 or complete the form below and we’d be happy to reach out to you.

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