Retirement knowledge doubleheader at T.B. Scott Free Library
Want to become smarter about planning your retirement? You have a rare opportunity at T.B. Scott Free Library on Wednesday, Oct. 18, at 4:30 and 6 p.m.
On Wednesday, Oct. 18, The Retirement Classroom will present a doubleheader program at the library: “Planning for Nursing Care & Final Expenses” at 4:30 p.m., and “Getting To Know Medicare” at 6 p.m.
“Planning for Nursing Care and Final Expenses” at 4:30 p.m. is designed to inform retirees of the chances they’ll need nursing care, discuss the different ways they’ll have to receive care, and assess the costs involved for each of them.
The program also works through options to fund one’s Final Expenses – a decision that may be affected by how a retiree plans on receiving and funding nursing care.
This class will help answer questions such as:
•How do I best plan on funding nursing care based on my health and finances?
•What are my options to fund my final expenses?
•How does Title 19 (Medicaid) work for nursing care?
Come to “Getting to Know Medicare” at 6 p.m. if you’re on Medicare now, or you anticipate involvement in Medicare in the near future. This class will acquaint current and future Medicare beneficiaries with the four parts of Medicare, and equip them to navigate through the various insurance options.
“Getting to know Medicare” will help answer: what are the differences between Medicare Parts A, B, C, and D? What are my options in enrolling for Medicare? What are the differences between Medicare Supplement and Medicare Advantage plans? How do I figure out the Prescription Drug plans? What’s the “Donut Hole?”
The Retirement Classroom is a leading educator of topics relevant to today’s retiree, presented by top professionals in the retirement market. “Getting to Know Medicare” is one of three Retirement Classroom presentations given regularly at T.B. Scott Library.
Learn more about The Retirement Classroom and T.B. Scott Library presentations at theretirementclassroom.com and tbscottlibrary.org, or call 715-536-7191.