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Preparing You to Make Confident Medicare Insurance Decisions

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My Three Priorities

After counseling thousands of individuals over the last eight years, I've realized to truly assist someone with Medicare, there are three priorities I must focus on.

  • Priority 1: Education

    When we meet for the first time, my focus will be on educating you about Medicare and the different options available to you.  

  • Priority 2: Answering Questions

    I know everyone has questions and uncertainty about Medicare.  During our appointment, you can feel confident that I will take the time to answer all your questions.

  • Priority 3: Enrollment

    The last step is enrollment in the plan you choose. I represent most of the larger well-known insurance companies that offer Medicare products.  I am confident we can find a plan that meets your specific needs.  


Easily Find the Information You Need

I hope you will take the time to view the content and videos that introduce the different areas of my services and support.  Thank you for viewing my website.

About Me

Learn about my work history, education, and family.  It is important to trust and have confidence in the agent you are working with when it comes to Medicare.  Click on the button below to learn more.


Medicare Services

Learn about the different Medicare products and insurance companies I represent.  You can also access several Medicare education videos that I've included on the website.  Click the button below to learn more.  


Visit my weekly blog where I share information about Medicare.  I also share a lot of information from my book Medicare Stress Relief.  Click the button below to learn more.  

Books and Podcasts

Learn about my current book, Medicare Stress Relief, and my podcast that is based on the book.  You will also learn about my new Podcast Al's Senior Moments, which I began in 2022.  Click the button below to learn more.  

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Your Guide to Reducing Anxiety, Confusion, and Uncertainty Regarding Medicare Insurance Decisions