It used to be that, at age 65, people would retire and get Medicare. Not any longer. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, almost 9 million Americans 65 or older reported being employed full- or part-time. And still working at Medicare age comes with costly and complicated traps.
In this recording of a live webinar featuring nationally-recognized Medicare expert, Diane J. Omdahl, RN, MS, you’ll learn how you can help your clients avoid three of the most costly Medicare mistakes.