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April is here and we are ready for everything Spring has to offer. It is that time of year to go out and smell the flowers (unless you have allergies, in that case, stay indoors). 🤧

There is a lot going on at CoverRight and we want you to take advantage of everything you need to make the best Medicare decision for you. Last time we introduced you to the new Learning Center. If you haven’t been there, stop by check it out. We continue to add content and would love to hear your feedback.

Upcoming Webinars

We have a couple of exciting and informative webinars planned for April and May. RSVP to get a link to the live event. If you can’t make it, don’t worry, we will include the recordings in the Learning Center too.

April’s topic is What You Don’t Know About Medicare “Can Hurt You”. It will be a fun event full of tips and information on the Medicare program and the sign-up process. RSVP here.

May’s event is titled Time is “Not” on Your Side. How to make an informed Medicare Decision. During this event, we will cover many of the time-related topics you need to know about Medicare. You can RSVP here and get a jump start on May…

After the last webinar, we had a number of people who needed some basic information and guidance. If that is you, feel free to lock in a Medicare Readiness Meeting with one of CoverRight’s licensed experts. This is purely about getting you ready for Medicare and is 100% free. Your advisor will help you address your specific needs and point you in the right direction for your coverage.

Now For Some Community Highlights…

How to Get Help Making a Medicare Decision

If you ask someone for advice about picking a Medicare plan, chances are good that person will say, “Oh, they’re all about the same.”

But if you start to investigate, you find that your choices are not that simple. You will need to understand Medicare Parts A, B, C, and D, not to mention copay amounts, drug coverage, deductibles, and other variables. You may also hear about PPOs (“Preferred Provider Organizations”) and HMOs (“Health Management Organizations”). So, who are you going to ask for advice? We explore your options in this post.

Thanks, Denise for your kind words…

As a soon to be retiree and a new beginner to the Medicare System, I began to research Medicare Plans.

I had a few advisers contact me with plans and options, but all were overwhelming, and I got lost in the translation until I spoke with Tom from CoverRight. He was patient and explained in terms I understood. I felt at ease. I chose CoverRight because of Tom; I felt confident with the plan I decided on it was the right plan for me. 

Tom, Thanks so much!”

Learning Center

We’re continuing to post new content into our Learning Center – see our video from last week on what to do with Health Savings Accounts (HSAs). Oh, and feel free to share with anyone you think can benefit.

Don’t let your friends make bad Medicare decisions

Help your friends and family make better Medicare decisions. If there is one thing you found out from CoverRight, we hope, it’s that one size doesn’t fit all and that there are many details involved in making the best Medicare decisions.

To thank you to those who have already spread the word and invited their friends and family to CoverRight via our Referral Program.

For those still yet to share. The program is simple. You share CoverRight with your friends and when they inquire about Medicare through us we will send you an Amazon gift card. If they enroll in insurance through us, we’ll give you another Amazon gift card.

Earn up to $80 a referral! No strings attached but please read this page for all the details

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Why You Shouldn’t Miss Your Initial Enrollment Period (IEP)

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