Social Security & Medicare Educational Workshop

Madison Senior Center will host an educational workshop on key factors you need to know BEFORE applying for Social Security and Medicare. Join us Monday, June 4th at the Senior Center from 6 - 8pm.

Are you a baby boomer?

Do you have questions about Social Security?

Are you confused about the various Medicare plans?

Join us for an educational workshop, sponsored by the Madison Senior Center, to help you maximize and coordinate your valuable retirement benefits.  You will get the key information you need to know before you make these important decisions, such as:

Social Security      

* Factors to consider in deciding when to apply for benefits                                                           

* Working and receiving benefits – earnings limitation                          

* Minimizing the taxation of benefits  

* How to coordinate benefits with your spouse                                          

* Benefit options for ex-spouses                                                          


* Types of services covered by Medicare

* Choosing a supplemental plan

* Premium costs for 2012

* Important dates for applying


DATE:   Monday, June 4th

TIME: 6:00 - 8:00pm

LOCATION: Madison Senior Center

RSVP: (203) 245-3131 Seating is limited

Guest Speakers:

Craig Bernard, CFP   Madison Investment Center*

Carlos Maynard        Maynard Insurance Group                                                                                         

*Securities offered through LPL Financial, member FINRA/SIPC


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