Medicare and Long Term Care Planning
April 16, 2018
6:00p - 8:00p Eastern Standard Time
Harford Financial GroupHarford Financial Group
836 S Main Street
Organizer:Stephanie Robertson Stephanie@harfordfinancialgroup.com
Presenter:Adam Freeland and Melissa Mullan
Whether you are retired or still working, Medicare will likely become part of your life after you turn 65. In the United States today, most health plans pay secondary to Medicare. So if you are currently covered by a retiree health plan, an individual policy or a small employer group plan, you must enroll in Medicare when you turn 65. We will discuss: How Medicare enrollment periods work How much you can expect to pay in health care costs after Medicare enrollment How to avoid excess costs for private insurance The possible need for long-term care.