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"It all sounded like alphabet soup to me. I mean come on… A, B, C, D, F, G, N??? What?? And then there are penalties for not doing stuff? Wow! I’m so glad I found my Medicare Guru, Yvette, and her team at SCRC. They turned my confusion into clear understanding. Thanks gang." - Tom H.
SO MANY QUESTIONS...
Medicare can seem very complex and difficult to understand. Trying to put the pieces together on your own can leave you confused and frustrated, with more questions than when you started. If you’re nearing 65 or if you missed the Medicare open enrollment period, there are a LOT of questions that need to be answered:
YOU CAN HAVE A SECURE RETIREMENT
Medicare is a very important part of a successful retirement plan. Can you figure it out on your own? Maybe... But do you really have the time to sift through the governmental rhetoric?
Wouldn’t it be nice to have someone on your side who has been working with Medicare-based health plans and the ins and outs of Medicare for 18 years?
Wouldn’t it be great to work with someone who knows all the hidden secrets... and traps... and who can guide you through the alphabet soup to create a plan that really works for you?
That person is Yvette Papazian, your Medicare Guru.
"It’s amazing what I DIDN’T know! I was just going to pick a plan based on what my sister had success with, and after getting educated on the topic through a meeting with Yvette at SCRC, I discovered that would have been a grave mistake. She saved me tens of thousands of dollars, and helped me to have access to the centers of excellence that I needed for my particular health concerns." - Carol O.
PUT AN ADVOCATE IN YOUR CORNER
Yvette is a licensed specialist in Medicare and Retirement Planning. Her passion is helping people to have a secure retirement and part of that passion is providing education that makes Medicare simple and being an advocate for those who are challenged with the coplexity of retirement planning.
"I’m a veteran. I had no idea that I didn’t have to use just the VA. I was delighted to learn that I could get free coverage outside of the VA, and I was shown how to select a Medicare plan that would work for me, in my area, in addition to my VA coverage." - Victor Lictor L
CAN YOU REALLY AFFORD NOT TO ATTEND?
Understanding Medicare – and how it will affect your retirement – is critically important for a secure retirement. It’s a common misconception that working with a Medicare or Retirement advisor will cost a lot of money. Or that getting the information you need can be expensive.
The truth is that there is absolutely NO COST TO YOU to attend a Medicare Guru "Unraveling the Mystery of Medicare" workshop or have The Medicare Guru consult with you and set up your retirement and Medicare plans. Everything is explained in simple terms and in a way that you can easily understand.
Start by attending a no-cost, no-obligation "Unraveling the Mystery of Medicare" workshop in your area. Just pick a date and location near you from the list on this page. You’ll leave the workshop with a clear understanding of what you need to do to put Medicare to work for you and how to get the most from this part of your retirement plan.
Or, if you want to get started right away, just call SCRC at 877.745.0008 to schedule an appointment.
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Disclaimer: Southern California Retirement Council (SCRC) is a privately owned company. Neither the agency nor it's agents are affiliated with the Center for Medicare Services, nor any governmental agency. The "Unraveling the Mystery of Medicare" and other workshops and events presented by SCRC are educational workshops intended solely for the purpose of educating its attendees. There is nothing for sale and there are no offers to purchase anything at the workshops. However, there is an invitation for a completely no-cost and no-obligation consultation for those attendees who might be interested in learning more about their personal retirement situation. Attendees should either be on Medicare A and B, or approaching Medicare enrollment age.