Medicare Course for Consumers
This course includes a series of classes that help you with what you need to know. You may need only one class, or you may need to take several, depending on your situation. Our flagship class, Making Medicare Decisions, which takes less than 20 minutes to complete, helps you determine which is better for you, Medicare Advantage, or Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap). Arm yourself with knowledge.

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If you are turning 65 or newly eligible for Medicare, this course is for you.   

We've taken our years of experience to give you the pros and cons of both types of Medicare insurance, Medicare Advantage and Medigap.

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Watch the 15 minute video, Making Medicare Decisions FIRST.  Then see what other videos pertain to your situation.

Making Medicare Decisions is NOT a class about the ABCs of Medicare.  Although we do cover the basics of what Medicare Parts A and B covers, this class specifically helps you learn what you need to know in order to determine whether you should go with a Medicare Advantage Plan or a Medigap Plan (Medicare Supplement Insurance) in addition to original Medicare Parts A and B.

We recommend that you take this class first, to arm yourself with knowledge before speaking with a sales representative about any particular insurance plan.

Once you take Making Medicare Decisions, check out the other videos to see what you need to know. 

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And, you can always Contact Us if you need help with your Medicare Plan.  We're here for you.  

Curriculum
Introduction
Making Medicare Decisions
Prescription Drug Plans
Medicare Advantage
Medicare Supplement (Medigap)
Medigap Standardized Plans and how they work
Medicare Basics
Price
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Instructor

Kathe Kline

Kathe Kline is a semi retired Financial Adviser that now spends her time educating people about Medicare, and helping them enroll in the plan that works best for them.

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