Jan 18, 2022
In this episode, The Annuity Man and Ellie Saul
- The difference between medicare and
- Selling and educating
- Being on guard for misinformation
- Getting the most out of your
- Medicare is health care for people who are 65
or older, or someone who had a permanent disability for 24
consecutive months or has a specific diagnosis that makes them
eligible for healthcare. Medicaid, on the other hand, is financial
aid for lower-income.
- People today are not getting the most benefits
out of their medicare because many salespeople are more passionate
about selling than educating.
- Be wary of misinformation, do not surrender the
rights you are entitled to, lose out on the benefits of your
Medicare program that you worked for your entire life, and don’t
get swindled out of contractual guarantees by people who offer
- The last thing you want to do is buy a Medicare
plan because of its brand, because you’ve heard from someone else,
or because you’ve seen it on TV. Consult with a trustworthy expert,
or at the least, spend a lot of time doing research.
"Original medicare has everything that we’ve ever
dreamed of health insurance having, that we’ve never had - it’s
completely transparent and has accountability on every side."
— Ellie Saul.
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