The Medicare Playbook is here to make your transition to Medicare a no-brainer!
Way back in the day when I first started marketing Medigap plans, I used to turn to Medicare.gov for help in understanding the myriad of rules and regulations surrounding healthcare laws for older Americans. 9 times out of 10 I abandoned my search, feeling frustrated and more confused than when I started. I wondered where Americans were going for credible, reliable, and easy-to-understand information about how their Medicare benefits worked.
That’s when I hit upon the idea of writing a reference that makes it easy to understand Medicare and all of the associated plan that support it. I wanted to write something that would be quick and easy to read, and maybe make people laugh a little at the absurdity of it all, while they were gaining knowledge important to their needs.
This month The Medicare Playbook: Designing Your Successful Health Coverage Strategy is available from Amazon.com, and I couldn’t be more proud or pleased. It’s been a labor, but mostly one of love, and I certainly have newfound respect for anyone who sets out to write a book about anything after this experience! If you’re getting close to qualifying for Medicare, I think you’ll find this to be an invaluable teaching tool that will help you make the smartest decisions about how to cover best cover yourself.
When you find out that the average Medicare recipient pays over $4,700 per year out of pocket for medical expenses – yes, that’s above and beyond what Medicare pays – you realize that you need more than just what the government provides. The Medicare Playbook walks you through the decision tree for choosing the best solution for your needs. And it will serve as an important reference whenever you need to know exactly how Medicare and any supplemental plans you have pay for your medical expenses.
Best yet – right now you can get 50% off the cover price by clicking here. Get a copy for yourself, and one for a friend who’s turning 65 soon. I think you’ll find it to be an enjoyable and informative read, and the only Medicare resource you’ll need!