Medicare Made Easy

Is Medicare insurance confusing you to the point where you feel it will never be made simple? Well, turning 65 is a lot like turning 16. For instance, at 16, you didn't spontaneously acquire your driver's license. That is to say; you took a driver's exam to demonstrate you were proficient enough to drive. So, just like there's a particular process for receiving a driver's license, there is also a specific process for enrolling in Medicare. In other words, much like when you were anticipating turning 16 and getting your driver's license, you must plan and look forward to becoming a Medicare beneficiary.

Currently, there are almost 10,000 people a day turning 65. As a result, most will become Medicare beneficiaries needing help enrolling correctly. Bridlewood is a leader in providing no-cost, unbiased information about Medicare insurance-related issues. For example, Bridlewood has an easy to read 'How To' guide and reference materials to help you navigate the system and the initial enrollment process. Furthermore, your Medicare choices will depend on several factors, including but not limited to:

  • Are You Retiring, or Will You or Your Spouse Continue to Work?
  • Will You Be Losing Other Insurances After Retiring?
  • Are You Continuing With Your Employer's Group Health Coverage?
  • How Does Your Employer's Health Plan Compare With Medicare Plans? ...

Of course, there are other things to consider when determining your options. Therefore, we recommend that you review your options before you need to enroll so that you don't make any hurried decisions at the last minute. How do you know which plan is right for you? Meet with a licensed and certified agent specializing in Medicare Insurance from the comfort of your own home. In short, we can help you outline the decisions you'll need to make with your available options.

Don’t Wait Until You’re 65 to Start Thinking About Your Choices