What type of Medicare Health Plan is best for you?
Which Part D plan is your best value?
When must you make a decision?
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You have questions; STONER & Company can provide answers...
When should I apply for Part B? Is a Supplement or Medicare Advantage plan best for me?
What’s the difference between those types of plans?Can I reduce my health care costs?
Do I need a Part D plan? If so, how much will it cost? What is a Part D plan? How about Part C?
Will I be covered when I travel? Do I need a referral to see a specialist?
What about copayments? Must I use physicians that are part of a network?
Which hospitals can I use? Are there deductibles that I will be required to pay?
Am I entitled to a discount if I elect a Medicare Supplement plan?
These are but a small sample of typical questions… you probably have your own.
Schedule an individual meeting featuring Medicare expert, Peter Stoner. Peter has over 25 years of Medicare sales experience and has been giving seminars on “Medicare 101” and “201” to help those who are turning 65, disabled, retiring after age 65, leaving a commercial health plan and/or those who are looking to fine tune their current Medicare plan selection. The best part, as a Medicare broker… there are no charges for his services.