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This Is Not A Political Message!

If you’re like me, you are probably tired of hearing about the government shutdown. But we have to recognize that there may be practical implications of the continued stalemate.

Today’s the first day of the Annual Enrollment Period for Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D Plans. Millions of Medicare beneficiaries will have the opportunity to visit Medicare’s official website at medicare.gov.

Unfortunately, when you visit medicare.gov, you will be greeted with a message informing you that because of the government shutdown, the information on the website may not be up to date. Ouch!

What should you do? You can take your chances that any out-dated information will not affect you or you can compare plans by visiting all the websites of plans that you are interested in.

Another option is to take advantage of the service offered by PlanPrescriber. You can shop for and enroll in a plan online or call toll-free to speak with one of their licensed agents.

Click the link below to get started with PlanPrescriber at http://www.planprescriber.com/.

If you would like to compare plans online, just enter your zip code to get started. PlanPrescriber has access to hundreds of Medicare plans nationwide. Many plans accept online enrollment. For those plans that don’t utilize online enrollment, enrollment via telephone is available. Agents are standing by. Call  888-323-1149 toll-free to speak with an agent licensed in your State.

Plan information comes directly from the insurance companies offering the plans. Information is accurate, the agents are professional, knowledgeable and can help guide you to a suitable plan. Choose from Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement or Part D Plans.

Many of my readers and subscribers have used the PlanPrescriber service and feedback has been  overwhelmingly positive. Please give them a try.


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