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I was so confused with this whole process I almost wanted to give up. I was referred to Jan by a friend and the way she explained how Medicare works and broke down my plan options, it came together and made sense to me. Thanks to her effort and patience, I have the plan that is working for me.
Jan explained to me about my guarantee issue period. I spoke with two other agents and no one went over this. Thank goodness I never went with that first plan choice because I wouldn’t have this Medicare supplement coverage right now. I am very grateful.
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Everyone likes options. Everyone needs options. But sometimes the options are confusing. And a mistake can make a big difference in retirement income or healthcare. For example:
- How to get the most out of Medicare.
- How to navigate Social Security.
- How to know what insurances you need – and even if you need them.
A certified National Social Security Advisor, Jan Knight navigates these complex options with a calm, experienced, personally tailored approach that makes it all quite painless and reassuringly simple.
Social Security & Medicare BLOG
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Over the next few months, you’re probably going to receive a lot of information about Medicare. It’s all meant to help you understand your coverage choices and make informed decisions during the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (Oct. 15 – Dec. 7). There is one piece...
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