This is an exciting time for me. After a few months of writing and editing, I published a book! It’s called:
“Medicare Simplified: What Retirees Need to Know About Medicare in 100 Pages or Less”
**Note on the image - the book is not that thick as it’s less than 100 pages and can be read in under 2 hours.
My goal in writing this book was to curate the most important and relevant information on Medicare into an easy-to-read guide. I didn’t want the book to be an overwhelming 300-page book, but to have as little fluff as possible while being truly helpful.
I wrote this book with you in mind. What’s included is everything that would have been beneficial for me to know years ago when I was first starting out as an advisor working with retirees.
In the book, I review:
- The primary problem people encounter with Medicare.
- All the parts of the Medicare program.
- What you can expect to pay in deductibles, premiums, and other costs with all the various parts.
- How to avoid the costly Medicare late-enrollment penalties.
- The differences between Medigap and Medicare Advantage Plans.
- Who might consider each of the above plans.
- Part D plans.
- And much more.
If you are a retiree or a financial advisor who helps retirees and you are looking to better understand Medicare, I think you’ll find the book to be abundantly helpful in that regard.
It’s currently #2 (Paperback) and #5 (Kindle) in Amazon’s New Releases for Medicaid & Medicare so that’s exciting:
I hope you find it useful! Of course, if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.
Continue to stay safe and healthy!
This post is not advice. Please see additional disclaimers.