Blog: The Senior's Advocate

Medicare University- An Objective Approach to Medicare Education

People think they know all about Medicare, until it comes time to enroll. Then the mass of misleading and confusing content, overwhelming sales people and fine print come into play. There's a point where every Medicare beneficiary needs a class in Medicare University, and if you watch this series of narrated "webinars" you'll be ready to navigate...

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The Government is Cracking Down on Medicare Fraud

Today, I discovered this article from the Chicago Sun Times and it brought my attention to a developing trend under the topic of Medicare. I was amazed to read about all of the convicted counts of Medicare fraud that have recently popped up in the media. It got me to thinking- why is Medicare fraud so common? Companies are scamming and the people...

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Retirement Planning: The Basics

You may have a very idealistic vision of retirement--doing all of the things that you never seem to have time to do now. But how do you pursue that vision? Social Security may be around when you retire, but the benefit that you get from Uncle Sam may not provide enough income for your retirement years. To make matters worse, few employers today...

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"Medicare Workshop" Posted in Sunday's 11/10 Paper Phone Misprint

For anyone who saw our ad in the Livingston County Daily Press and Argus on Sunday, November 10th about the Medicare Workshop at the Hilton, our phone number was listed incorrectly. The real number to RSVP to is (800) 724-2660, ext....

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