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Medicare Enrollment and How To Address It In Your Financial Plan: Special Guest, Brian McArthur

Brian McArthur is the President of the McArthur Group at Bridlewood Insurance.  His team and he work exclusively with financial advisers to navigate clients through their Medicare enrollment under the watchful eye of, and in partnership with the client’s financial advisor.

In this show you will learn about:

  • Why Medicare is so important to address in your financial plan.
  • Why Medicare is the most overlooked part of your financial plan and why many financial advisers avoid the topic of Medicare.
  • What you should know as you approach Medicare eligibility at age 65 and to navigate the Medicare maze.
  • Strategies around reducing the taxation of your Medicare and Social Security benefits.
  • The importance of having a team of advisers who can solve for your Medicare needs.

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