Reason This Stuff Is Mostly Free
The specific audience doesn’t matter. Professional/laborers, rich/challenged: no one fully understands the how Medicare works, and that is just the beginning. In the backdrop is a huge combination of enormous stakeholders with logical, rational motivations.
In the backdrop is a federal government that has to deal with multiple public policy objectives while under fiscal and demographic duress. In the backdrop is an employer that is faced with lower tax revenues, or fierce commercial competition. In the backdrop is a set of healthcare providers that have potential endless legal liability, and the barriers to entry are very high.
Combined, the commercial market would be expected to change: this should be self-evident. We don’t need my Ivy League background or global financial markets experience to understand this, an owner of a local grocer would be able to connect the dots.
That said, the technical details are many, and do need to be right. Thanks to Wade Pfau, which refers to Maximize Your Medicare inside his newly-published book. The American College is the organization that awards CLU ChFC among others, to other financial professionals.
Bottom line is that y’all know someone that should know more, because the downside is either lost money or fewer benefits, or both (blech). Medicare has rules that are almost entirely in the buyer’s favor. The options are crazy valuable, at the lowest conceivable price, all the way to zero. Now you can attach my options trading background: cheap options is my “thing,” and it should be everybody’s.
Very simple: forward the email to someone, so that you can be like Jose or Peggy. That will be far more effective than my crappy YouTube videos.
Official website for Maximize Your Medicare (click here)