Martin D. Goodkin


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Money & Finance > Insurance > Don't 'File' it in the Garbage!!

Don't 'File' it in the Garbage!!

Most people who receive this book usually just take a quick glance or throw it directly into the garbage and, yet, it is full of information for anyone eligible, or becoming eligible, for Medicare and/or Medicaid.

By reading pages 57-90 I have learned how to cut my co-pays for doctors, including specialists, to 0 plus of the 12 drugs I am prescribed to take I only pay for 2 inhalers and I get a 3 month supply and pay for only 1 month.

You can be on a 5-star insurance plan and still do better with their Medicare Advantage plan. Should you be retired and living on Social Security reading this book is a must.

Comparing the plans in the back of the book over the years I found out a few 'secrets' such as getting $80 free over the counter items every month plus Florida has special plans for people who have a lower income--just have to check out your own State.

Medical expenses are getting higher and higher every year and this "Medicare & You 2021" will help you make them lower and, in most cases, a lot lower.

Spend an hour or two going through it--you'll be 'richer' for it!

posted on Sept 22, 2020 1:07 PM ()


Hey, this is great advice. As an independent broker myself, I know there are some awesome Medicare Advantage plans in my state and sometimes consumers aren't aware which companies are knocking it out of the part and which ones are "phoning it in".
comment by jerms on Sept 22, 2020 7:52 PM ()
I get mine electronically and I wasn't planning to make changes to my drug plan so I really didn't read much of it. I did read it in print many times over the years but even then I didn't discover what you have found.
comment by jjoohhnn on Sept 22, 2020 4:22 PM ()
I don't go for reading things electronically--prefer holding it in my hands, fold the coorners of pages I want to go back to, make notes on other pages, etc.
If I was as wealthy as you I wouldn't have to save money either but when I can cut out about $2-300 a month why not? Look at all the carrot cake I can buy!!!
reply by greatmartin on Sept 22, 2020 7:36 PM ()

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