Call me to learn what benefits Medicare has for you!
Medicare open enrollment (also known as Medicare’s Annual Election Period) is right around the corner and begins this year on October 15 and continues through December 7.
Here's a quick reminder on what Medicare beneficiaries like yourself can do during open enrollment.
During this time, you can:
This is the only time of year you can make changes to your Medicare plan besides your Initial Enrollment Period, which is three months before and after your 65th birthday, or if you happen to qualify for a Special Enrollment Period.
Call me so that I can answer any of your Medicare questions or contact me. I will get back to you as soon as possible.
I'm Leah Sugar Kari, a local, licensed insurance agent and broker. Like you, I am observing social distancing and taking precautions to ensure that I don't make someone sick, and I don't get sick, either! Yet, I've never been busier or happier about my career in Medicare insurance. It's wonderful to work with people like you!
During this challenging time I am at home working and am pleased to offer any help or answer any questions you may have about Medicare coverage. I specialize in both in-person and remote enrollments and plan reviews. There's never a fee, obligation, no pressure ever, when you contact me to discuss your plan.
I specialize in Medicare products and show you your options for receiving your Medicare benefit. I offer Medicare Supplement Insurance, Medicare Advantage Plans, and Medicare Part D Plans, as well as dental, vision, and hospital indemnity insurance. If you are under 65 and need short term insurance until you are eligible for Medicare, I have plans for you, too.
You Have Questions--I Have Answers, and I Love to Help!
"I'm almost 65. I work and and have a group health plan. Do I need to enroll in Medicare Part A or Part B and when? I read I may owe a penalty if I don't enroll at the right time. Is that true?"
"I'm under age 65 but will have Medicare due to a disability. What plan should I have?" "I'm retired and ready for Medicare. How do I enroll?"
The answers are straightforward. The steps are easy to take.
You'll want clear information from an experienced agent who's been there as you claim your Medicare benefit. Let me be your trusted resource to help you answer your questions. Together we'll map out the next steps to take. There's absolutely no fee, no obligation, and no pressure ever.
Call me today to discuss your particular Medicare situation. Don't take this important step without getting all the facts. You'll know the best course of action for you and I'll be with you every step of the way.
Leah's No Scam Zone:
Neither Medicare nor Social Security or the IRS will not call you uninvited, will not ask you to provide personal or private information, or request any money, ever, in order for you to receive your new Medicare card and number, or your Social Security benefit.
If someone calls you saying that they can provide you with your Medicare card earlier for a fee, requests private information, or threatens to cancel your health benefits if you do not provide this information, hang up immediately and call Medicare at 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227.) TTY users can call 1 877-486-2048.
When you call 520-484-3807 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, you'll reach one agent, not a large phone bank of agents, and that agent is me.
I serve Saddlebrooke, Saddlebrooke Ranch, Catalina, Oracle, Oro Valley, Marana, the Tucson Metropolitan area, Green Valley, and all counties in Arizona. I look forward to meeting you!