How do you address the Medicare-related concerns of your clients? Do you tell your clients to visit a Social Security office or go to Medicare.gov? Maybe you refer them to an insurance agent? Do you provide them with some basic information on Medicare? Or, are you one of the many professionals who assumes someone else will help your clients with this crucial need?
People 60+ are some of the most valuable clients that financial professionals can have. When the "Medicare Bomb" goes off in their lives, do you really want them searching for answers from other professionals who may or may not have their best interests at heart? Protect the valuable relationships you have with your clients by attending this insightful and entertaining (yes — entertaining) event.
Through this webinar, you’ll get an overview of the Medicare landscape today. You'll step into your client's shoes and see how confusing, overwhelming, and even scary Medicare decisions can be. After all, just one Medicare mistake can literally derail a client's retirement plans. Finally, you'll learn some key talking points that will allow you to have a meaningful Medicare conversation with your clients — without having to become a Medicare expert or sell insurance.
For Melinda, Medicare is more than just a job, it’s a family tradition. As the daughter of a nationally recognized expert and pioneer, Diane J. Omdahl, RN, MS, she basically grew up with Medicare being discussed nightly at the dinner table.
Today, as a co-founder of 65 Incorporated and the revolutionary i65 Medicare enrollment software, Melinda uses her expertise to provide today’s seniors, their families, and their professional advisors with unbiased, expert Medicare guidance through her high-energy, entertaining Medicare presentations. Melinda is skilled at taking confusing, complex subjects like Medicare and translating it into easy-to-understand, highly visual concepts. In fact, she’s the designer behind the revolutionary “3 Parts and 2 Paths” redefinition of how Medicare works. According to many people, this unique interpretation was “the first time Medicare ever made sense.”
She’s also worked with and been a featured speaker for some of the nation’s foremost corporations, like PBS, Macmillan Publishing, Edward Jones, Advisor Group, LPL, Protective, and more.