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Helping Seniors Choose A Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan

October 29th 2005

Helping Seniors Choose A Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan

David Thau

As with most things in our modern technical age, the Internet is the information highway that most people are getting used to traveling. Details covering every single subject are available at the touch of a button or as is commonly stated, 'by word of mouse'. Information about Medicare Part D is no exception and pages of data are easily accessible to most people familiar with the Internet.

To gather a broad spectrum of data in order to make an educated decision requires two main prerequisites: That you own a computer, and that you are sufficiently computer literate to be able to search for the information that you need. Whether it is a matter of financial limitation or reluctance to keep up with modern technology many Senior Citizens don't have the luxury of a computer in spite of the fact that the cost seems to be getting well within the reach of the average man in the street. Unwillingness to get "one of these new fangled gadgets" sometimes also plays a part.

The answer to this problem lies within the comfort zone of all seniors. Before all "these new fangled gadgets" made their appearance, the old fashioned way was always the best.


You probably had an agent or broker who has handled your insurance affairs ever since you can remember and that you have known and trusted for years. When it comes to Medicare Part D, no one is better equipped to advise you and answer all your questions.

In fact, a broker is even better equipped than most since he has the ability to give you a choice of plans without being limited to only one.

"The thing to remember before deciding which Medicare Plan D, suits your needs best," I remind seniors, "is that you have several options and before signing up for any of them, make sure you have all the data you need on which to base that choice."

"To get some of your of questions answered, go to the following page of my website: - http://www.keepitsimpleinsurance.com/medicare_part_d.html" he added

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By David Thau
Founder and CEO of Keep It Simple Insurance in Los Angeles, David works with individuals and families so they can enjoy excellent health care without the financial burden just one major health crisis can cause. He has been helping people find the right insurance plan for almost 10 years. Contact David

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