Qualifying For Social Security or Medicare
There is a lot of confusing information and you must make some important decisions. We can help you navigate the complex Social Security and Medicare systems.
Questions we can help you answer:
Regarding Social Security:
- When should we begin to draw Social Security: Age 62, 66, 70 or somewhere in between?
- Why won’t the Social Security office tell me how to maximize my lifetime payout?
- How can I maximize my spouse’s survivor benefit?
- Will my Social Security be taxable?
- Is it beneficial to pull my spousal Social Security benefit?
- Would it be beneficial for me to apply and suspend or file a restricted application?
- Am I entitled to Social Security benefits based on my deceased or divorced spouse’s earning history?
- When should I apply? Can they deny me or charge me more because of my health?
- How much will it cost including premiums, co-pays, deductibles and co-insurance?
- What is the difference between Medicare Supplement and Medicare Advantage? What is covered? Which is right for me?
- Which Medicare Part D plan is best for me? Are all my prescriptions covered?
- Can I switch plans?
- Which doctors and facilities may I go to?
- How do I avoid getting penalized from Medicare?
- How do I apply?
If we can help in any way, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.