RHPL Proves My Point

People don’t know enough about Medicare, and people know even less about the fact that Medicare is vital to the entire retirement plan, irrespective of a person’s net worth.

The reality is that I can replace the word “Medicare” with “healthcare cost planning.”

It is very frequently (always) the case that while speaking about Medicare, I raise these points in front of an unknowing public.

The KEY is that Rochester Public Library did an excellent job in publicizing this presentation, and about 80 people braved the coldest days of the year for a 7PM presentation (I probably would’ve skipped it myself, tbh).

My point to ask you to share the resources I am providing for free. While think tanks, financial press, and Medicare websites understand my point, the reality is people don’t know that these resources exist, and certainly do not know the ripple effects that I mentioned at the Rochester Hills Public Library. RHPL has earned my thanks for its effort in publicizing the presentation.

Obvious, But Yes

This article on Fidelity.com is kinda, or should be, obvious. Click on the image to read the article.