It’s Not That Complicated
The Three Medicare Decisions to Protect Your Health and Money
by Ari Parker
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Pub Date 06 Sep 2022 | Archive Date 11 Jan 2023
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Medicare can be a pain to understand. The right plan could save you time, money, and stress. Meanwhile, the wrong decision could mean lifetime penalties, shoddy coverage, and lousy healthcare.
It’s Not That Complicated is a short guide that teaches you how to pick the right plan for your situation. The author, Ari Parker, is a Stanford Law School graduate and Medicare expert who has helped thousands of people sign up for Medicare and save thousands of dollars. In his book, Ari breaks down Medicare into bite-sized chunks, comparing it to pizza dinners and stepping you through three key decisions until you realize …Medicare really isn’t that complicated.
Regardless of whether you’re a senior enrolling in Medicare for the first time, a financial advisor helping clients optimize their healthcare spending, or anyone else interested in learning about the benefits of Medicare, It’s Not That Complicated is the only book you’ll need to make the right Medicare choice for your loved ones, your clients, or yourself.
A Note From the Publisher
Illustrated by Pete Garceau
"An excellent, comprehensive explanation of the Medicare program."
—Donna Shalala, 18th US Secretary of Health & Human Services
“Brilliant step-by-step approach to a critical, but confusing program.”
—Martha Shedden, Co-Founder & President of The National Association of Registered Social Security Analysts
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Average rating from 7 members
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