Are you wondering which Medicare option is best for you? Based in Baltimore, Maryland, the trusted retirement planning agency Living Legacies (717-434-2088) now offers free consultations to help you decide. Go to https://calendly.com/retirementsuitabilityassessment/medicare for more information.
Baltimore, MD Retiree
Insurance Agent Helps
You Understand Your
Baltimore, Maryland-based Living Legacies now
provides free Medicare planning reviews.
Whether you want to discuss your
options in person or virtually, this
trusted local agency will assess your
personal finances, and help you
understand how Medicare enrollment
will affect you.
The US benefits landscape has become increasingly complex,
and many of us struggle to navigate through the enrollment
Recognizing these frustrations,
Living Legacies offers Medicare
review consultations to help you
make informed decisions about your
Broadly speaking, the federal health insurance initiative,
known as Medicare, is available to all Americans once they
However, as you’re probably aware, there
are several options available when it comes
to enrollment in Medicare. As a recent
report from Forbes points out,
understanding how each of these options
will affect you is much more confusing.
Managing your finances in retirement isn’t easy these days, and
Living Legacies understands the importance of making the correct
The free Medicare suitability review is
customized around your specific
circumstances, helping you understand the
advantages and disadvantages of each option,
and relieving many of the challenges you might
face during the enrollment process.
In addition to Medicare reviews, the agency also provides a
range of financial planning services if you’re a retiree or
transitioning to retirement.
Living Legacies is licensed to administer
many state regulated programs. They’re
standing by to help you with life
insurance, financial planning, mortgage
protection, burial and final expense
provisions, and much more.
President and CEO Lynnette Upchurch has over 20 years’ experience working with
federal government agencies, including Social Security Administration, Department
of Veterans Affairs, and the Office of Personnel Management.
Remember, state benefits
programs are meant to help people
like you. Living Legacie