Free Medicare meetings offered in Nevada County |

Free Medicare meetings offered in Nevada County

Medicare changes can be confusing. Not understanding choices, changes in costs, as well as hidden large liabilities can change your future.

Some plans have a “three-day hospital rule” and up to a $30,000 liability, others have copays but no “three-day rule”. Bill and Rita Anderson, Medicare advisors, are hosting free community meetings to provide details on choices for 2015. Attendees will learn about their options and direction on how to join a plan or make changes to existing plans. The 2015 open enrollment period ends on Dec. 7.

November meetings on Medicare:

2 p.m. Nov. 4, Grass Valley Senior Apts., 321 Dorsey Drive, Grass Valley

2 p.m. Thursday, Players Pizza, 10161 Commercial Ave., Penn Valley

2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 11, The Village, 400 Railroad Ave., Nevada City

2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 13, Lumberjack’s Restaurant, 2075 Nevada City Hwy., Grass Valley

2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 18, Round Table Pizza, Lake of the Pines

The meetings are free of charge and will be conducted by Nevada County resident Bill Anderson, honored member of the Independent Carrier Agent Council (top 1 percent in America). The Andersons are authorized to provide, present and explain Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplements and Part D drug plans specific to Nevada County.

Members will be able to make changes or enroll after the meeting. Registration is not required but appreciated. To register call 530-432-7988 or by email: For a list of future community meetings please go to http://www.Medicare

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