How to Know When You Should Talk to an Insurance Agent

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Should I talk to an agent?

All Medicare information is available on the internet. How Medicare works and what supplement plans are available to you. You can find information on Part D plans and Medicare Advantage plans that are available in your service area.

Another option is to call an experienced agent to answer your questions. Agents are trained to help clients navigate the various parts of Medicare and the various types of coverages. They can find options available to you and educate you on the differences. Giving you well-informed options on coverage that fit your situation.

Why use an agent?

Our knowledge will help guide you to a sound decision. Clients do not pay for an agent to come and review Medicare plans. We are paid by the insurance companies to help you.

You could research how Medicare works and what supplement plans are available to you on the internet. You could find all of the available Part D prescription drug plans and the Medicare Advantage plans that are available in your service area. All of that information is available on the internet.

Another option is to call an experienced agent to help. As agents, we are trained to help our clients navigate the various parts of Medicare and the types of coverage you may wish to have in addition to traditional Medicare. We can quickly find the options that are available to you and educate you on the differences.

Why use an agent? Our knowledge will help guide you to a sound decision. You, the client, do not pay any fees to us; we are paid by the insurance companies to help you.

If you don’t currently have a good relationship with your insurance agent, or if you are ready for an insurance re-evaluation, call Tom Ostdiek at Ostdiek Group, Inc. 630-834-0125 .

***Disclaimer: The Ostdiek Group and ostdiek.co offer a service and free information intended to make access to Medicare and related information easier. It is not associated with, nor endorsed or authorized by the Social Security Administration, the Health Care Financing Administration, the Department of Health and Human Services, or the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, nor do we claim to be. This site contains basic information about Medicare, services related to Medicare and services for people with Medicare. If you would like to visit the Official US Government Site for People with Medicare, go to www.medicare.gov.

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